Nowicki, Maciej, 1910-1950

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Birth 1910
Death 1950
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Biographical notes:

Matthew Nowicki (1910-1950), born Maciej Nowicki, was a professor of Architecture and served as the acting Head of the Department of Architecture at North Carolina State College (1948-1950). He studied at the Chicago Art Institute (1922), the School of Design of Gerson-Warsaw (1925-1926), the School of Mehofer-Cracow (1927), and the Polytechnic of Warsaw (1925-1926). Nowicki was born in Chita, Russia and later married artist Stanislowa Sandeck. He designed the interiors of the Carolina Country Club in Raleigh and was a design consultant to William H. Deitrick for Dorton Arena. He also did consulting on a State Archives and Museum building (unbuilt) and was a member of the design team for the headquarters of the United Nations. He died in a plane crash over Egypt in 1950 while flying back to the United States from India.

From the description of Matthew Nowicki Drawings and Other Material, 1944-2002 [manuscript] (North Carolina State University). WorldCat record id: 491403570

From the guide to the Matthew Nowicki Drawings and Other Material, 1944-2002, (Special Collections Research Center)

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Subjects:

  • Architecture--20th century
  • Architectural drawing--20th century
  • Architecture--United States--History--20th century
  • Architecture--North Carolina--20th century
  • Architecture--Designs and plans
  • Architecture--North Carolina--Designs and plans
  • Architecture
  • Architecture--History
  • Architectural drawing--North Carolina--20th century
  • Architecture--North Carolina--History
  • Architects
  • Architecture--History--20th century

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  • North Carolina (as recorded)
  • United States (as recorded)