Lucien Lagrange

Architect

1940 –

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Who is Lucien Lagrange?

Lucien Lagrange is an architect and a former partner at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, who founded his own firm, named Lucien Lagrange Architects in 1985. He is currently involved in the construction or renovation of seven notable buildings in Chicago, Illinois: 10 East Delaware, Blackstone Hotel, The Elysian, Lincoln Park 2520, Ritz-Carlton Chicago, 208 South LaSalle and X/O. Lagrange designed the renovation of the Chicago Landmark Carbide & Carbon Building into the Hard Rock Hotel and designed the Park Tower. He has also renovated the Union Station and designed the 29 South LaSalle, The Pinnacle, InterContinental Chicago. In 2008 Lagrange designed Manhattan's ultra Luxury 535 West End Avenue, which is one of the most prestigious residential addresses in New York City.

Lagrange is a French-born architect who came to Chicago, Illinois after studying at McGill University. He currently lives in a Louis Sullivan designed Lincoln Park community area house. As an architect, he is inspired by Louis Sullivan and August Perret.

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Born
1940
France
Nationality
  • United States of America
  • France
Profession
Education
  • McGill University
  • Universit√© de Sherbrooke

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on July 23, 2013

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