Spreiregen, Paul (David)

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SPREIREGEN, Paul (David)

SPREIREGEN, Paul (David). American, b. 1931. Genres: Architecture, Urban studies, History, Essays. Career: Architect and planner in private practice, Washington, DC, 1970-. Urban designer, Adams Howard & Greeley, Boston Government Center, 1958-59, and "Downtown Progress," Washington, DC, 1960-62; Director of Urban Design Progs., American Institute of Architects, 1962-66; Director for Architecture and Design, National Endowment for the Arts, 1966-70; Emons Distinguished Professor of Architecture, Ball State University, Muncie, IN, 1973-74. Publications: Urban Design: The Architecture of Towns and Cities, 1965; The Modern Metropolis: Its Origins, Form, Characteristics, and Planning: Selected Essays of Hans Blumenfeld, 1967; (ed.) On the Art of Designing Cities: Selected Essays of Elbert Peets, 1968; (with H. Von Hertzen) Building a New Town: The Story of Finland's New Garden City, Tapiola, 1971; (ed.) Metropolis and Beyond: Selected Essays of Hans Blumenfeld, 1978; Design Competitions, 1979; The Architecture of William Morgan, 1987. Contributor to professional and popular journals. Address: 2215 Observatory Pl NW, Washington, DC 20007, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]