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James Edmund Gui, American architect. Recipient Disting Alumnus award, Ohio State University, 2003. Member of Construction Specifications Institute.


Gui, James Edmund was born on August 13, 1928 in Wooster, Ohio, United States. Son of Harry Ludwig and Mabel Josephine (Olson) Gui.


Bachelor of Architecture, Ohio State University, 1954.


Associate firm Charles F. McKirahan & Associates, Architects, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1958—1963. Chief specifications Architects Collaborative, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1963—1967. Proprietor James E. Gui, Architectural and Specifications Consultant, Belmont, 1967—2005, retired, 2005.


  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Architects Collaborative, Benjamin Thompson & Associates, Cambridge Seven Associates, Architectural Resources Cambridge, Incorporated, Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Juilliard School Music, Lincoln Center, New York City, United States Pavillion Expo 67, Montreal, New England Aquarium, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Harvard University Law School Complex, Harvard Gutman Library., Harvard Observatory, Kirkland College, Berkshire Community College, Tufts University Dental Health Center, Independence National History Park Visitors Center, Navy Pier, Chicago, Wilmington Jewish Community Center, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston, Harborplace, Baltimore, Seaport Market, New York City, Pier 17, Bayside Marketplace, Miami, Century City Market, Los Angeles, Harvard Kennedy School Government, Cambridge, Ordway Music Theater, Minneapolis, Union Station Restoration, Washington, Virginia Performing Arts Center, Richmond, Virginia.


Member of Construction Specifications Institute.


Married Anne Louise Outram, October 15, 1955. Children: Linda Anne, Jeffrey Allen.

Harry Ludwig Gui

Mabel Josephine (Olson) Gui

Anne Louise Outram

Linda Anne Gui

Jeffrey Allen Gui