Cornell severs ties with Richard Meier following harassment claims

March 14, 2018 Amy Frearson 0

Cornell architecture school has disowned its alumnus Richard Meier, condemning the architect in the wake of sexual harassment claims and abandoning plans to name the department chair in his honour. In an open letter published on the school’s website, architecture dean Kent Kleinman described Meier’s behaviour as “unacceptable” and said he would review all previous donations from

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Richard Meier takes leave of absence following sexual harassment allegations

March 13, 2018 Eleanor Gibson 0

Breaking news: Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Meier said he was “deeply troubled and embarrassed” by accusations of sexual harassment against him, as he temporarily stepped down from his company. Meier’s statement came after the New York Times published allegations from five women, including four former employees. “I am deeply troubled and embarrassed by the accounts of several

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Richard Meier’s 1960s Smith House captured in new photographs

February 26, 2018 Jenna McKnight 0

One of American architect Richard Meier’s earliest projects, the Smith House, is portrayed in a fresh set of images by photographer Mike Schwartz to commemorate the influential project’s 50th anniversary. Located in the town of Darien, Connecticut, the house is situated on a wooded site that overlooks the Long Island Sound. Completed in 1967, the

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Richard Meier’s Cittadella Bridge separates traffic and pedestrians as they cross an Italian river

October 5, 2017 Alyn Griffiths 0

American architect Richard Meier has completed an arching single-span bridge across a river in the Italian city of Alessandria, which provides lanes for traffic and pedestrians separated by a central void. The 185-metre-long Cittadella Bridge connecting the city in northwest Italy with the 18th-century citadel on the opposite bank of the Tanaro River is the

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Richard Meier completes Bauhaus-inspired tower in Tel Aviv

September 5, 2017 Jessica Mairs 0

American architect Richard Meier has finished work on his first project in Israel, a residential tower covered in a “veil” of white louvres that ensure the building is in keeping with its Bauhaus-era neighbours in Tel Aviv’s White City. Richard Meier & Partners’ Rothschild Tower rises 154 metres above Rothschild Boulevard in the centre of the UNESCO-protected White City, which is renowned for its 20th-century architecture.

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