Landis Gores

Landis Gores (August 31, 1919 – March 18, 1991) was an American architect, native to Cincinnati, Ohio. Landis was known for his modernist Gores Pavilion, the Gores Family House, and the House for All Seasons.

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Harvard Five
... Johansen, Marcel Breuer, Landis Gores, Philip Johnson and Eliot Noyes ... at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, while Gores, Johansen, Johnson and Noyes were students there ... in town, including Johnson's Glass House and the Landis Gores House, and about 20 have been torn down ...
Landis Gores - Career
... They were a good team Johnson would design and Gores would draft the ideas to a polished result ... Gores helped Johnson on Early Miesian inspired houses which included the Booth House, the Rockefeller townhouse, the MOMA garden, and the famous Glass House ... In 1951 Johnson and Gores parted professionally, and on November 1 Gores opened his own architectural practice, a date that corresponded with the birth of his fourth child ...
Landis Gores - Other Works
... Gores is also known for the Van Doren Hospital and Strathmore Village in Fairfield, Connecticut, as well as the middle school and science buildings of the New ... Gores House Norfolk, Connecticut 1965 ...