Raimund Abraham, (design) model for the rebuilding of the Austrian cultural institute in New York, 1992
Abraham, Raimund, b. Lienz (Tyrol), July 23, 1933, architect and professor of architecture. Studied at the Graz University of Technology. Emigrated to the USA in 1964; since 1971 professor at the Cooper Union and at the Pratt Institute in New York. Numerous international awards.
Raimund Abraham. Photo.
Works: IBA residential and commercial building, Berlin, 1980-1985; housing estate Traviatagasse, Vienna, 1987-1991; residential and commercial building, Graz, 1990-1993; bank building (Tiroler Landeshypothekenbank), Lienz, 1993-1996; Austrian cultural institute, New York, 1998-2001. - Exhibitions incl.: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; German Museum of Architecture, Frankfurt am Main. - Publications: Elementare Architektur, 1963; Ungebaut/Unbuilt, exhibition catalogue, Innsbruck 1986; Grenzlinien, Graz 1989.
Literature: B. Groihofer (ed.), R. A., [Un]built, 1996.