1975 Hugh Stubbins

1975 Hugh Stubbins

Hugh Stubbins Jr. (1912-2006) was an architect best known for the angular tower of the Citicorp Center in Manhattan, but also noted for his design of the Reagan Presidential Library in California and of the tallest building in Japan. Although considered a Modernist, Mr. Stubbins was no strict adherent to that architectural style. His design for the Reagan Library in Simi Valley evokes the stucco and red-tile roofs of the mission style. Hugh...

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