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designer , planner

Heyward Cutting, American designer, planner. Mentioned in despatches. Former trustee Mount Auburn Hospital, Cambridge; past member visiting committee department archaeology, also department fine arts Harvard University Served to major KRRC, 60th Rifles British Army, 1941-1945, Egypt, Italy. Member of Tavern (Boston).

Background

Cutting, Heyward was born on December 3, 1921 in New York City. Son of Heyward and Constance (Roberson) Cutting.

Education

Graduate, Eton, 1939; student, Harvard, 1939-1941; Bachelor of Science, Illinois Institute Technology, 1953.

Career

Partner, Chermayeff & Cutting (architects and industrial designers), 1954-1956; private practice architecture, Cambridge, 1957; member, Geometrics, Inc. (architects, engineers and consultant specialized structures), Cambridge, 1958-1968, 73-86; private practice consultant, since 1986. Assistant director administration Museum Fine Arts, Boston, 1968-1973, trustee, 1961-1968, 73-78.

Membership

Former trustee Mount Auburn Hospital, Cambridge. Past member visiting committee department archaeology, also department fine arts Harvard University Served to major KRRC, 60th Rifles British Army, 1941-1945, Egypt, Italy. Member of Tavern (Boston).

Connections

Married Jeremy Hohenstein, 1948 (divorced 1978). Children: Heyward, Francis Brockholst, William Bayard. Married Joan Faulkner Randell, November 3, 1979.

Stepson, Thomas William Randell.

father:
Heyward Cutting

mother:
Constance (Roberson) Cutting

spouse:
Jeremy Hohenstein

spouse:
Joan Faulkner Randell

child:
Francis Brockholst Cutting

child:
William Bayard Cutting

child:
Heyward Cutting