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Jeffrey Ellis Aronin, American architect, author.


Aronin, Jeffrey Ellis was born on August 16, 1927 in London, England.


Bachelor of Architecture, University Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, 1949. Master of Architecture magna cum laude, McGill University, Winnipeg, Canada, 1951.


Architect Frank Grad and Sons, Architects, Newark, 1951-1952. Architect Shreve Lamb and Harmon, Architects, New York City, 1952-1953, Voorhees, Walker, Foley and Smith, then Voorhees, Walker, Smith and Smith, Architects, New York City, 1954-1956, Kahn and Jacobs, New York City, 1956-1957. Private practice, 1957-1977, 81—.

Chief architect Kingdom of Lesotho, since 1977. Professor Ecole d'Architecture University Montreal, 1976-1977. Lecturer 95 architectural schools at universities in N. American, Europe, Australia, Son of Pacific.

Moderator Way of New York City Architecture in the Space Age. Member New York City Mayor's Panel of Architects, 1961-1976. Member Mayor's Committee for Better Housing.

Treasurer Scandinavian-Americans for Rockefeller, 1968.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Climate and Architecture, New York, 1953, Climate and Architecture, Moscow, 1959, Climate and Architecture, Boston, 1977, 79.


With Canadian Army, 1944-1947. Fellow Royal Institute British Architects. Member American Institute of Architects, (chairman, member many local state, national committees, secretary, 1968, vice president, 1969,74), New York State Association of Architects, Royal Architectural Institute Canada, La Sociedad de Arquitectos Mexicanos, La Sociedad Venezolana de Arquitectos, Institute South African Architects, Lesotho Architects, Engineers and Surveyors Association, National Institute for Architectural Education, British-American Chamber of Commerce, Danish-American Society, Rebild National Park Society, Swedish Chamber of Commerce of United States of America, American Arbitration Association (member national panel of arbitrators), St. George's Society, International Solar Energy Society, French Engineers in United States of America, Masons, Scottish Rite.

Canadian University Club, Hamilton Club.


Son of Joseph and Bertha (Danziger) A. (father American citizen).

Joseph American

Bertha (Danziger) A. (father American