Steinberg, Goodwin B. 1922-
STEINBERG, Goodwin B. 1922-
PERSONAL: Born November 21, 1922, in Chicago, IL; son of Edward P. (an architect) and Anna (a homemaker; maiden name, Lubliner) Steinberg; married Geraldine Tabin (an attorney); children: Joan Steinberg Laurence, Robert Tabin, Thomas Mills. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Attended Illinois Institute of Technology; University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, B.A., 1947. Politics: Republican. Religion: Jewish. Hobbies and other interests: Golf, art, music, "expanded education."
ADDRESSES: Home—101 Alma St., PH-D, Palo Alto, CA 94301.
CAREER: Architect and author. Steinberg Group, San Jose, CA, board chair, 1952-99, chair emeritus, 1999—. City of San Jose, advisor for development of Guadalupe River Park; Guadalupe River Park Organization, president.
MEMBER: American Institute of Architects (past president).
AWARDS, HONORS: National, state, and local architecture awards.
WORK IN PROGRESS: Music for the Eye: Visual Music-Color Note Music, with Robert Grimm.
SIDELIGHTS: California-based architect Goodwin B. Steinberg described his work in progress as "the design of an instrument which can be used as a tool for composing and creating kinetic art synchronized with sound. The book will describe the process with writing and graphic artistic illustrations and a compact disc showing the kinetic impact of this process."