David Adler


David Adler

David Adler (3 janvier 1882 à Milwaukee - 27 septembre 1949 à Libertyville (Illinois)) était un architecte américain qui dessina plus de 200 bâtiments. Il fut nommé au conseil d'administration de l'Art Institute of Chicago en 1925, élu à l'American Institute of Architects, en 1926, puis au National Institute of Arts and Letters, en 1945.

Bibliographie

  • David Adler, architect : the elements of style ; Martha Thorne; Chicago : Art Institute of Chicago in association with Yale University Press, 2002. (OCLC 49760689)
  • The country houses of David Adler ; Stephen M Salny ; New York : W.W. Norton & Co., 2001. (OCLC 45610051)

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