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Architect , educator

Antoine Samuel Predock, American architect, educator. Registered architect, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Wyoming. Recipient numerous awards including Gran Premio, Bienal Internacional, Buenos Aires, 1989, 31st Progressive Architecture Competition citation, 1984, 85; American Academy in Rome fellow, 1984-1985. Fellow American Institute of Architects (Gold Medal 2006).


Predock, Antoine Samuel was born on June 24, 1936 in Lebanon, Missouri, United States. Son of Antoine Samuel and Ruth (Mayfield) Predock.


Student, University New Mexico, 1957-1961; Bachelor of Architecture, Columbia University, 1962; postgraduate (fellow), Columbia University, 1963.


Principal Antoine Predock Architect Professional Corporation, Albuquerque, since 1967. Kea Distinguished professor University Maryland, 1981-1982. Lecturer, exhibitor Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, 1981.

Visiting professor Arizona State University, Tempe, since 1982. Honor awards juror National American Institute of Architects awards, 1987. Design critic in architecture Harvard University, fall 1987.


  • Registered architect, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Wyoming.


  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Pima Community College Learning Center, Green Valley, Arizona (American Architecture award, 2005), United States Federal Courthouse, El Paso, Texas (General Services Administration Design award, 2004), Shadow House, Santa Fe (Tucker Architectural award, 2004, American Institute of Architects/New Mexico Honor award, 2004), Robert Hoag Rawlings Public Library. (American Institute of Architects Western Mountain Region Honor award, 2004), Spencer Theater for Performing Arts, Austin City Hall, Texas, Flint RiverQuarium, San Diego Padres Ballpark.


Fellow American Institute of Architects (Gold Medal 2006).


Children: Hadrian, Jason.

Antoine Samuel Predock

Ruth (Mayfield) Predock

Jason Predock

Hadrian Predock