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Interama Architects, (from left to right) Edward Durell Stone, Jose Luis Sert, Marcel Breuer, Louis I. Kahn, Robert B. Browne, Dr. Irving E. Muskat, Harry M. Weese, and Paul Rudolph, 1967 Feb. 23, from the Marcel Breuer papers, 1920-1986

Interama Architects, (from left to right) Edward Durell Stone, Jose Luis Sert, Marcel Breuer, Louis I. Kahn, Robert B. Browne, Dr. Irving E. Muskat, Harry M. Weese, and Paul Rudolph, 1967 Feb. 23

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Title: Interama Architects, (from left to right) Edward Durell Stone, Jose Luis Sert, Marcel Breuer, Louis I. Kahn, Robert B. Browne, Dr. Irving E. Muskat, Harry M. Weese, and Paul Rudolph

Date: 1967 Feb. 23

Physical Details: 1 photographic print : b&w ; 21 x 25 cm.

Description: typed on verso: New York, N.Y. FEB. 23 - HISTORIC COLLABORATION BETWEEN SIX OF THE WORLD'S MOST PROMINENT ARCHITECTS IS THE INTERAMERICAN AREA AT INTERAMA (INTERAMERICAN CULTURAL AND TRADE CENTER), THE NATION'S FIRST PERMANENT EXPOSITION. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: EDWARD DURELL STONE; JOSE LUIS SERT; MARCEL BREUER; LOUIS I. KAHN; ROBERT B. BROWNE, ARCHITECT IN CHARGE; DR. IRVING E. MUSKAT, CHAIRMAN OF INTERAMA; HARRY M. WEESE AND PAUL RUDOLPH, APPROVAL OF THEIR DESIGNS FOR THE GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS (U.S. PAVILION BY EDWARD DURELL STONE) WAS ANNOUNCED TODAY IN THIS MEETING AT THE OVERSEAS PRESS CLUB IN NEW YORK OF GREAT ARCHITECTS, NONE OF WHOM HAVE EVER BEFORE COLLABORATED. GROUND-BREAKING ON THESE BUILDINGS WILL BEGIN LATE THIS SPRING FOR OPENING TO THE PUBLIC IN 1968. #6 IMMEDIATE RELEASE PHOTO GRATIS CONTACT: BRADLEY COLEY PL 2-6515

Creator: Unidentified

Forms part of: Marcel Breuer papers, 1920-1986

Rights Statement: Current copyright status is undetermined

Citation: Interama Architects, (from left to right) Edward Durell Stone, Jose Luis Sert, Marcel Breuer, Louis I. Kahn, Robert B. Browne, Dr. Irving E. Muskat, Harry M. Weese, and Paul Rudolph, 1967 Feb. 23 / unidentified photographer. Marcel Breuer papers, 1920-1986. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Digital ID: 9648