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Male, born 1915-07-19

Associated with the firm network

Kitchen and Hunt, Architects


Professional History

Résumé

Partner, Kitchen and Hunt, Architects, San Francisco, CA, 1948- . The firm had an office at 20 Hawthorne Street in San Francisco, CA, in 1970. At this time, other partners of the firm included: Olof Carl Malmquist, Jr., Jordan DeBard Hall, Douglas Aflan Low, and Winfield Radsell Hyde. (See "Kitchen, R.S.," American Architects Directory, 1970, John F. Gane, ed., [New York: R.R. Bowker Company, 1970], p. 495.)

Professional Activities

Member, American Institute of Architects, East Bay Chapter, c. 1953.

Member, AIA, "Meet the Architect" panel discussion, 04/06/1953. Other members of this panel included Harry A. Bruno (1908-2002), Roger Y. Lee (1920-1981), and John Hans Ostwald (1913-1973). "Economics in building, site selection and landscaping, climate control and how to overcome design prejudices will be discussed." This panel was presented as a part of the Sixth Annual Architects Exhibit held at Breuner's Furniture Store, 03/30/1953-04/11/1953, sponsored by the American Institute of Architects, East Bay Chapter. (See "Eastbay Architects to Present Exhibit Monday," Oakland Tribune, 03/26/1953, p. 43.)

In 1970, Kitchen indicated that he had been certified by NCARB.

Education

College

Coursework, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, 1934-1935.

B.Arch., University of California, Berkeley (UCB), Berkeley, CA, 1937-1938.

College Awards

Recipient, University of Nebraska, Faculty Prize for Proficiency in Drawing, Lincoln, NE, 1935.


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