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This website celebrates the mid-century modernist legacy of architect Edward Loewenstein who practiced in Greensboro from 1946-1970, bringing to the landscape a wide gamut of residential and commercial commissions. With his modernist buildings, Loewenstein articulated a design vision for Greensboro quite different from a Southern community that valued the tried and true.


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funding provided by Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Art and support from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Department of Interior Architecture and the School of Human Environmental Sciences

modernism in greensboro
patrick lee lucas : school of interiors : university of kentucky : website designed by julie barghout