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Howard Raymond Lane, American architect. Recipient Public Service award Los Angeles County, 1970.


Lane, Howard Raymond was born on October 13, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Mose and Libbie (Sax) Lane.


Student, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1944. Student, Architectural Association School, London, 1946. Bachelor of Architecture, Illinois Institute of Technology, 1947.


Associate Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Chicago, 1947, Allison & Rible, Architects, Los Angeles, 1948, A.C. Martin & Associates, Los Angeles, 1949, Robert Alexander, Los Angeles, 1949, Pereira & Luckman, Los Angeles, 1950-1953. President Lane Architectural Group, Woodland Hills, California, 1953-1988.


  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Beverly Medical Building, West Hollywood, California, Solar Dining Facility, Camp Pendleton, California (Coalition Energy Professionals 1st award 1981), PermaByte Magnetics, Incorporated building, Chatsworth, California, Fleet Computer Programming Operation Building, San Diego (excellence awards American Institute of Architects 1985), Core Instrumentation Facility, Fort Irwin, California (Corps Engineers Design award 1985), Faculty Office Building, Northridge, California, Business Education Building, Woodland Hills, California, Flight Simulator Building, El Toro, California (excellence awards American Institute of Architects 1986).


Founder, co-chairman Valley Round Table Council, 1968-1969. Chairman San Fernando Valley Convention Center Committee, 1968-1969. Patron Los Angeles County Museum Art.

Member Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association Served with United States Army, 1943-1947. Fellow American Institute of Architects (president California council 1977, president Los Angeles chapter 1974, vice-chairman national energy committee 1979, chairman national energy committee 1980-1981, chairman California council insurance trustees 1982, chairman architecture for education committee Los Angeles chapter 1985). Member National Council Architectural Registration Boards, Encino Chamber of Commerce (past president), Society of America Military Engineers (sustaining), Associated Chambers of Commerce (president 1968), Tau Epsilon Phi.


Married Shirley Robbins, June 14, 1947. Children: Rod, Laura, Barbara.

Mose Lane

Libbie (Sax) Lane

Shirley Robbins

Rod Lane

Laura Lane

Barbara Lane