Log In

Philip Lippincott Goodwin

architect

Philip Lippincott Goodwin, American architect. Served as 1st Lieutenant, Infantry American Expeditionary Force, World War I; member International section, American Committee to Negotiate Peace, Budapest, Hungary, 1919. Trustee of the Museum Modern Art,; member Architectural League. Honorary correspondent; member Brazilian and Mexican Institutions.

Background

Goodwin, Philip Lippincott was born on March 14, 1885 in Nevada York, New York, United States. Son of James Junius and Josephine Sarah (Lippincott) Goodwin.

Education

Graduate Groton (Mass. Studied architecture Columbia, 1909-1912, Paris, France, 1912-1914.

Career

Partner Goodwin.

Works

  • Author: (books) French Provincial Architecture (with H. O. Milliken), 1925. Rooftrees, 1933

  • Brazil Builds, 1943.

Membership

Served as 1st Lieutenant, Infantry American Expeditionary Force, World War I. Member International section, American Committee to Negotiate Peace, Budapest, Hungary, 1919. Trustee of the Museum Modern Art.

Member Architectural League. Honorary correspondent. Member Brazilian and Mexican Institutions.

Clubs: Knickerbocker, University, Yale, Century (New York City).

Connections

father:
James Junius Goodwin

mother:
Josephine Sarah (Lippincott) Goodwin