Male, US, born 1912-01-11, died 2006-07-05

Associated with the firms network

Stubbins and Allen Partnership; Stubbins, Hugh A. and Associates

Professional History

Served in the U.S. Naval Reserve, 1933-1939; work: draftsman, designer, Royal Barry Wills, Architect, Boston, MA, 1935-1937; Principal, Peter and Stubbins, Architects, Boston, MA, 1937-1939; Chief Designer, Miller, Martin, and Lewis, Birmingham, AL, 1939-1940; Principal, Hugh Stubbins, Architect, Boston, MA, 1940-1941; Vice-President, The Stereographic Company, Cambridge, MA, 1941-1942; Draftsman, Radio Research Laboratory, Cambridge, MA, 1942-1943; Assistant to the President, (Edwin Land), Polaroid Corporation, Cambridge, MA, 1943-1945; President, Hugh Stubbins and Associates, Architects, Boston, MA, 1949-1969; Partner, Hugh Stubbins/Rex Allen Partnership, Boston, MA and San Francisco, CA, 1969-?;

Professional Awards

Academician, National Academy of Design, New York, NY, 1974. (See "Academicians: Architects," National Academy of Design 162nd Annual Exhibition, March 24-April 29, 1987, [New York: National Academy of Design, 1987], n.p.)


B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 1929-1933; M.A., Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA, 1933-1935;

Awarded Appleton Scholarship,Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 1933-1935; won the Boston Society of Architects Prize, 1934; awarded the Warren Prize, 1934, 1935;


Stubbins died of pneumonia at age 94 in Cambridge, MA.

Married: Diana Hamilton More, 1938 (divorced 1960); children: Michael and Hugh Asher III; married Colette Fadeuihle, 1961;

Associated Locations

  • Birmingham, AL (Architect's Birth)
    Birmingham, AL

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  • Cambridge, MA (Architect's Death)
    Cambridge, MA

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PCAD id: 1218