Edward Durell Stone


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Noun1.Edward Durell Stone - United States architect (1902-1978)
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Hulen was addressing colleagues at the 60th anniversary celebration of the Fine Arts Building, the 116,000-SF facility designed by world-renowned architect Edward Durell Stone, a Fayetteville native.
It was designed as General Motors headquarters location by architect Edward Durell Stone and constructed to the highest specifications exceeding most of the design and infrastructure standards of today's newest speculative office buildings.
It was designed as General Motors' headquarters location by architect Edward Durell Stone and constructed to the highest specifications exceeding most of the design and infrastructure standards of today's newest speculative office buildings.
The troupe's new 281-seat thrust stage is part of a 33,000-square-foot, three-story space stationed in the former Stuart Pharmaceutical Building, a landmark designed by Edward Durell Stone (you may have heard of a few of his other buildings: Kennedy Center and Radio City Music Hall).
It is also the site of the new Museum of Arts and Design (MAD): Allied Works' brilliant transformation of the windowless 10-storey tower built by Edward Durell Stone in 1964 for Huntington Hartford, the quixotic heir to a grocery fortune.
The museum's commission ultimately went with the New York-based Philip Goodwin and Edward Durell Stone.
The Stuart Pharmaceutical Building, designed in 1958 by Edward Durell Stone, also will be open to visitors.