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Architect , educator

Victor Alfred Lundy, American architect, educator. Registered architect, Texas, New York, California. Sergeant infantry United States Army, 1943-1946, European Theatre of Operations. Fellow American Institute of Architects.

Background

Lundy, Victor Alfred was born on February 1, 1923 in New York City. Son of Alfred Henry and Rachel Lundy.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Harvard University, 1947. Master in Architecture, Harvard University, 1948.

Career

Private practice architecture, Sarasota, Florida, 1951-1959, New York City, 1960-1975. Principal Victor A. Lundy & Associates, Inc., Houston, 1976-1984. Design. principal, vice president HKS Inc., Dallas, 1984-1990.

Visiting professor Graduate School Design, Harvard University, School Architecture, Yale University, Columbia University, University California, Berkeley, California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, University Houston, University Rome, others. United States specialist-architect in United States.I.A. exhibit, Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, 1965.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, Texas, New York, California.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Responsible for design St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Sarasota, 1959, new sanctuary, 1970, 1st Unitarian Church of Fairfield County, Westport, Connecticut, 1961, 1st Unitarian Congressional Society, Hartford, Connecticut, 1964, Church of Resurrection, East Harlem Protestant Parish, New York City, 1966, exhibition building and exhibit for Atomic Energy Commission in South America (Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Bogota, Santiago), 1967 (Silver medal for exhibition Architectural League New York 1965), recreation shelters for National Museum History and technical, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 1967, United States States Tax Court building and pla., Washington, 1976, United States Embassy, Colombo, Sri Lanka, for Office of Foreign buildings, Department State, 1983 (United States Presidential Design Awards Program 1988, Federal Design Achievement award), Austin Centre-Omni Hotel, Austin, Texas, 1984, One Congress Plaza, Austin, Texas, 1984, Walnut Glen Tower, Dallas, 1985, Mack Center II, Tampa, Florida, 1990, Greyhound Corporation Center, Phoenix, 1991, GTE Telephone Operations World Headquarters, Irving, Texas, 1991, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical Found Headquarters, 1999, others. Architectural work represented in Berlin International Architectural Exposition, 1957, Sao Paulo International Biennial Exposition, 1957, 5th Congress Union International Des Architectes, Moscow, 1958, Expo '70 Exhibition, Osaka, Japan, 1970, travelling exhibition of architecture in South America.

Membership

Sergeant infantry United States Army, 1943-1946, European Theatre of Operations. Fellow American Institute of Architects.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Painting, sculpture.

Connections

Married Shirley Corwin, 1947 (divorced 1959). Children: Christopher Mark, Jennifer Alison. Married Anstis Manton Burwell, September 19, 1960.

1 child, Nicholas Burwell.

father:
Alfred Henry

mother:
Rachel Lundy

spouse:
Shirley Corwin

spouse:
Anstis Manton Burwell

child:
Christopher Mark Lundy

child:
Jennifer Alison Lundy

child:
Nicholas Burwell Lundy