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Architect

Henri Vatable Jova, American architect. Fulbright fellow, 1951; Knight of Corpus Christi De Toledo (Spain). Life trustee Atlanta Botanical Gardens. With United States Army, 1942-1945. Fellow American Institute of Architects; member L'Ogive.

Background

Jova, Henri Vatable was born on May 11, 1919 in Newburgh, New York, United States. Son of Joseph Luis and Maria Gonzalez (Cavada) Jova.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Cornell University, 1949.

Career

Fellow American Academy Rome, 1949-1950. Designer Harrison & Abramwitz, New York City, 1952-1954. Chief of design Abreu & Robeson, Atlanta, 1954-1966.

Chairman board, partner Jova/Daniels/Busby, since 1966. Member advisory board Cornell College Architecture. Board directors Atlanta College Art, Theater of The Stars International Institute Education, Fulton Co-Arts Council.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Atlanta Newspapers Building, 1971, Colony Square, Atlanta, 1973, Progressive Farmers Building, Birmingham, Alabama, 1974, Multi-Use Building, Georgia State University, 1979, McWane Headquarters, Monarch at Sea Pines Condominiums, Hilton Head, South Carolina, 1979, Carter Presidential Center, Atlanta, 1986, 93, Southern Progress Headquarters Building, Birmingham, Alabama, 1989, Bank South, 1987, Day Butterfly Center, Callaway Gardens, 1989, 1st Presbyterian Church, Dalton, Georgia, 1989, Atlanta City Hall, 1991.

Membership

Life trustee Atlanta Botanical Gardens. With United States Army, 1942-1945. Fellow American Institute of Architects.

Member L'Ogive. Clubs: Piedmont Driving. Century Association (New York City).

Connections

father:
Joseph Luis Jova

mother:
Maria Gonzalez (Cavada) Jova