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Architect

Werner Louis Feibes, German architect. Registered architect, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Ohio. Chairman Historic District Commission, Schenectady, 1973-1981; chair building and grounds Schenectady Museum Board, 1970-1982. Fellow American Institute of Architects (president eastern New York chapter 1971-1972, preservation officer 1965-1970, member national committee on design 1975-1978), New York State Association Architects.

Background

Feibes, Werner Louis was born on November 15, 1929 in Aachen, Germany. Came to the United States, 1938. Son of Erich and Gertrud (Herz) Feibes.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University Cincinnati, 1954.

Career

Partner Feibes & Schmitt Architects, Schenectady, New York, since 1955. Adjunct professor Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, since 1958.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Ohio.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Illustrator: Walls Have Ears, 1965.

Membership

Chairman Historic District Commission, Schenectady, 1973-1981. Chair building and grounds Schenectady Museum Board, 1970-1982. Fellow American Institute of Architects (president eastern New York chapter 1971-1972, preservation officer 1965-1970, member national committee on design 1975-1978), New York State Association Architects.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Painting, art collecting, swimming.

Connections

father:
Erich Feibes

mother:
Gertrud (Herz) Feibes