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Caroline Brown Constant

architect , educator

Caroline Brown Constant, American architect, educator. Recipient American Institute of Architects medal Princeton University, 1976; Delmas scholar, 1984-1985; Fellow American Academy Rome, 1978-1979. Member Society Architectural Historians.

Background

Constant, Caroline Brown was born on September 23, 1944 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Louis Page and Margaret (Rulon-Miller) Brown.

Education

Student Vassar College, 1962-1965.

Career

Registered architect, Washington. Principal Caroline Constant, Architect, Washington, 1979-1983, Cambridge, Massachusetts, since 1983. Assistant professor University Maryland, College Park, 1979-1982, Harvard University, Cambridge, since 1983.

Visiting professor Catholic University American, Washington, 1981-1985, University Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 1982.

Works

  • Author: The Palladio Guide, 1985. Principal work (with Cameron Roberts) Seaside Fire Station, Florida (Florida American Institute of Architects Unbuilt Architectural award 1984).

Membership

Member Society Architectural Historians.

Connections

Married Bruce E. Constant, Junior, 1965 (divorced 1977). 1 child, Alison B. Student Vassar College, 1962-1965.

father:
Louis Page Brown

mother:
Margaret (Rulon-Miller) Brown

spouse:
Bruce E. Constant