Stanley Tigerman is an American architect, theorist and designer. Since 1964 he has been the Principal of Stanley Tigerman and Associates Ltd., now Tigerman McCurry Architects, in Chicago. He has also taught at several universities in the United States.
Tigerman’s building credits as principal designer include institutional projects such as The Five Polytechnic Institutes in Bangladesh, The Illinois Regional Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped in Chicago, and The Powerhouse Energy Museum in Zion, Illinois. He has completed both mixed use high rise and low rise housing projects throughout the United States, as well as in Germany and Japan, and he has designed exhibition installations for museums in the United States, Portugal and Puerto Rico. His broad range of collaborative works include The Chicago Central Area Plan, the 1992 Chicago World’s Fair, and London’s Kings’ Cross and St. Pancras’ High Density Mixed Use Urban Plan. In 1994, Tigerman co-founded Archeworks, a nonprofit organization in Chicago, with designer Eva L. Maddox. Archeworks is an alternative design school where students work in multidisciplinary teams with nonprofit partners to create design solutions for social concerns.
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