Ada Louise (Landman) Huxtable is an architecture critic and writer on architecture. In 1970, she was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for “distinguished criticism”. She served as Assistant Curator for Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and was a contributing editor to “Progressive Architecture and Art in America” before being named the first architecture critic at “The New York Times”, a post she held from 1963-1982. She is currently the architecture critic for “The Wall Street Journal”.
She has written over ten books on architecture, including a 2004 biography of Frank Lloyd Wright for the Penguin Lives series.