- Existence: circa 1925 - 2007
Seymour Rutkin graduated with a degree in architecture from Cooper Union in 1946. He designed hospitals, offices, residences, and schools, but was best known for The Shell House (2004) in Roxbury, New York. Rutkin died in July 2007.
Found in 1 Collection or Record:
One exchange of letters between architect and affordable housing activist Seymour Rutkin to urbanologist and architectural critic Jane Jacobs regarding her book The Death and Life of Great American Cities.
Open for research.