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Frederic Schwartz is a New York architect. Founder and owner of Frederic Schwartz Architects, an internationally recognized architecture and urban planning firm, he designed original memorials for the victims from Westchester County, NY and New Jersey who died in September 11 terrorist attacks.
Schwartz was profiled in The New York Times as “The Man Who Listened” and “The Man Who Dared the City to THINK Again” for his post-9/11 work with the families of the innocent victims. He taught Harvard’s only post-Katrina course: “Cities in Crisis: New Orleans” and is currently involved in Global Green’s affordable housing initiative in Holy Cross.
Source - NY Times and UnifiedNewOrleansPlan.com http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=F70712FC3B5E0C738EDDAB0894DD404482 http://unifiedneworleansplan.com/home2/districts/4/districtPlanner/