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interior and industrial designer

Henry End, interior and industrial designer. Recipient special citation American Institute of Architects, awards Art Directors Club, Design Derby citation Société Culinaire Philanthropique, 13 design awards Institutions Magazine; named to Hall of Fame, Interior Design Magazine, 1985. Served with Royal Air Force, 1940-1946; Fellow Royal Society Arts; member American Society Interior Designers (citation of merit, 2 design awards).


End, Henry was born on November 3, 1915 in Salford, England. Came to the United States 1946. Son of Maximillian and Adela (Blain) End.


Student architecture and art, St. Martin's School Art, London, 1930. A.R.C.A., Royal College Art, London, 1934.


Founder, president, Henry End Association, Miami, Florida, since 1950. Founder International Design Center Los Angeles and Miami, 1960. Designer sets 20th Century Fox, Warner Brothers, Universal, Selznick.


  • book

  • Other Work

    • Interior designer hotels and restaurants, condominiums, office buildings, including Cocoanut Grove, Los Angeles, Carlton Tower and Heathrow Hotel, London, Mayflower, Washington, Hotel Quito, Ecuador, El Conquistador, Puerto Rico, Carlton Beach, Bermuda, Lucayan Beach Hotel, Grand Bahama Island, Nassau Beach Hotel, Penta Hotels, London and Munich, Federal Republic Germany, Ritz Carlton, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Seacoast Towers West, Seacoast Towers V, 733 Park Avenue Building, New York City, The Whitehall, Chicago, Marriott chain motor hotels, tourist hotels for Government Tunisia, Hilton,Munich, Sheraton Brussels, Sheraton Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Hyatt International, Brussels, Montreal, Iran and Jamaica, Esso Hotel, Antwerp, Belgium, United Nations Hotel New York City, S.S. Norway, Pavillion Hotel, Miami, Ledra Marriott, Athens, Lakeside Regent, Palm Beach, Florida. Designer feature exhibits Room of Tomorrow, Designs for Dining, International Hotel Exposition, New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, International Restaurant Exposition, Chicago, United States Rubber Pavilion, Coliseum, New York City. Author: Interiors Book of Hotels and Motor Hotels, 1963, Interiors 2nd Book of Hotels, 1976, Hyatt Regency, Miami, Plaza Hotel, New York City.


Served with Royal Air Force, 1940-1946. Fellow Royal Society Arts. Member American Society Interior Designers (citation of merit, 2 design awards).


Married Jessica Marion Claas, July 5, 1947. 1 child, Lindsay.

Maximillian End

Adela (Blain) End

Jessica Marion Claas

Lindsay End