Predock, Antoine

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Antoine Predock was born in Lebanon, Missouri in 1936. Predock attended architecture school at the University of New Mexico, and received his Bachelor of Architecture from Columbia University. His firm, Antoine Predock Architect PC, established in 1967, is based in Albuquerque. Predock's architectural design incorporates listening to the land, and building with environmental sensitivity. He embraces all facets of the culture of a site, with a dedication to its spiritual connection. Predock is a legendary American architect whose award-winning projects in the American West testify to his highly contextual works. Predock's national awards include the American Architecture Award. Pima Community College Learning Center, Green Valley, AZ (2005); GDA Design Award, U. S. Federal Courthouse, El Paso (2004); Tucker Architectural Awards, Shadow House, Santa Fe (2004); AIA/New Mexico Honor Award, Shadow House, Santa Fe (2004); AIA Western Mountain Region Honor Award, Robert Hoag Rawlins Public Library, Pueblo, CO (2004); and the USITT, Spencer Theatre for the Performing Arts, Alto, NM (2004). Predock received the annual AIA Gold Medal (2006) which honors his significant body of work and its lasting influence on the theory and practice of architecture, and is the highest honor the AIA confers on an architect. Predock is the 62nd AIA Gold Medalist, joining celebrated previous winners including Thomas Jefferson, Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, LeCorusier, and Louis Kahn. Predock's name is chiseled into the granite Wall of Honor at AIA headquarters in Washington, D.C.

From the description of Antoine Predock architectural drawings and plans, 1979-1982 (University of New Mexico-Main Campus). WorldCat record id: 156943240

Antoine Predock was born in Lebanon, Missouri in 1936. Predock attended architecture school at the University of New Mexico, and received his Bachelor of Architecture from Columbia University. His firm, Antoine Predock Architect PC, established in 1967, is based in Albuquerque.

Predock’s architectural design incorporates listening to the land, and building with environmental sensitivity. He embraces all facets of the culture of a site, with a dedication to its spiritual connection. Predock is a legendary American architect whose award-winning projects in the American West testify to his highly contextual works.

Predock’s national awards include the American Architecture Award. Pima Community College Learning Center, Green Valley, AZ (2005); GDA Design Award, U. S. Federal Courthouse, El Paso (2004); Tucker Architectural Awards, Shadow House, Santa Fe (2004); AIA/New Mexico Honor Award, Shadow House, Santa Fe (2004); AIA Western Mountain Region Honor Award, Robert Hoag Rawlins Public Library, Pueblo, CO (2004); and the USITT, Spencer Theatre for the Performing Arts, Alto, NM (2004). Predock received the annual AIA Gold Medal (2006) which honors his significant body of work and its lasting influence on the theory and practice of architecture, and is the highest honor the AIA confers on an architect. Predock is the 62nd AIA Gold Medalist, joining celebrated previous winners including Thomas Jefferson, Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, LeCorusier, and Louis Kahn. Predock’s name is chiseled into the granite Wall of Honor at AIA headquarters in Washington, D.C.

From the guide to the Antoine Predock Architectural Drawings and Plans, 1979-1982, (University of New Mexico Center for Southwest Research)

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creatorOf Predock, Antoine. Antoine Predock architectural drawings and plans, 1979-1982 University of New Mexico-Main Campus
referencedIn University of New Mexico, Dept. of Facility Planning architectural drawings, 1892-1998 University of New Mexico. Center for Southwest Research
creatorOf Antoine Predock Architectural Drawings and Plans, 1979-1982 University of New Mexico. Center for Southwest Research
referencedIn La Luz Landowners Association. La Luz Landowners Association records, 1969-2005. University of New Mexico-Main Campus
referencedIn La Luz Landowners Association Records, 1969-2008 University of New Mexico. Center for Southwest Research
creatorOf PREDOCK, ANTOINE. Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material. Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)
creatorOf University of New Mexico. Dept. of Facility Planning. Architectural drawings, 1892-[ongoing]. University of New Mexico-Main Campus
referencedIn Bainbridge Bunting Papers, 1849-1981, 1964-1979 University of New Mexico. Center for Southwest Research
referencedIn Antoine Predock : vertical file. Centre canadien d'architecture, | Canadian Centre for Architecture | CCA
referencedIn Predock, Antoine : [miscellaneous ephemeral material]. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas J. Watson Library
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