As Paul Goldberger wrote of the couple in 1971, “as their esthetic viewpoints grew closer and closer, so did their feelings toward each other.” Architecture lovers can’t help but love the architect-lovers. Denise Scott Brown: I would be grateful if you would remember that I have worked with Bob since 1960, etching first and then in practice. Denise Scott Brown, an American architect, planner, writer, educator, and principal in the Philadelphia-based architecture firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates (VSBA). Denise Scott Brown worked alongside her husband, Robert Venturi, who was awarded the 1991 Pritzker Architecture Prize alone for his body of work. Get started. She has since been an advocate for Women in Architecture and has spoken out about discrimination within the profession on several accounts. Venturi, Scott Brown was known for a few famous works, like the Sainsbury Wing of the National Gallery, on London’s Trafalgar Square, but even more for … Such an approach was used for their Berlin Tomorrow Competition, putting the population movement and daily pattern in consideration. By the late seventies, Venturi and Scott Brown had begun designing furniture for Knoll. Denise Scott Brown, Hon. Career Highlights. Alongside Phyllis Lambert, Blanche Lemco van Ginkel and Cornelia Oberlander, she is one of four prominent female architects profiled in the 2018 documentary film City Dreamers. The authors took the thesis of Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture several steps further and analyzed with wry appreciation the neon-lit urban sprawl and the automobile-oriented commercial architecture of Las Vegas. Learning from Las Vegas book. Denise Scott Brown, co-founder of Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates, talks to ARCHITECT about a petition launched by the Harvard University Graduate School of Design Women in Design Group demanding that the Pritzker Architecture Prize committee recognize her contributions to the field. [citation needed] Pursuing this goal, she spent her summers working with architects, and from 1948 to 1952, after attending Kingsmead College,[2] studied in South Africa at the University of the Witwatersrand. Born to Jewish parents Simon and Phyllis (Hepker) Lakofski, Denise Lakofski had the vision from the time she was five years old that she would be an architect. At present, we are publishing a bibliography of writing and an abridged A to Z project list. VSBA -- Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates, Inc., Architects and Planners In 1972, we learned from Las Vegas the power of signage, through Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown's use of the ‘duck’ and ‘decorated shed’ as metaphors for expressive and symbolic architectureii. Indeed, Scott Brown’s varied background means that her work thrives in its ability to reconcile design with social concerns, forging a middle ground between pure aesthetics and pure activism. Scott Brown was also married to Robert Venturi for 51 years! [1] Scott Brown and her husband and partner, Robert Venturi, are regarded as among the most influential architects of the twentieth century, both through their architecture and planning, and theoretical writing and teaching. In female-male partnerships the work can sometimes be wrongly credited in favour of the male partner, as he is often better known. Through her work as an urban planner and her collaboration with Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates Inc. (VSB), she has brought the artifacts of popular culture into the realm of architecture and has shaped our understanding of the relationship between design and society. 1968. Over the next several months, we will continue to expand the site offering more archival materials and other fun content. [22], Media related to Denise Scott Brown at Wikimedia Commons, 2016 AIA Gold Medal: Denise Scott Brown, Hon. “My mother studied architecture and I thought it was women’s work” Many significant women architects of the 20 th century were partnered with men, like Aino and Alvar Aalto, Ray and Charles Eames or Denise Scott Brown and Robert Venturi. €48, ISBN 9783906027845 At the very beginning of The Difficult Whole, the editors explain that it is “a book … Denise Scott Brown has 6 works online. Denise Scott Brown (née Lakofski; born October 3, 1931) is an American architect, planner, writer, educator, and principal of the firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates in Philadelphia. map of works: Biography: Subscribers - login to skip ads: Robert Venturi (b. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1925) Partner in Venturi, Scott Brown and Asssociates (VSBA) along with Denise Scott Brown. A series of chairs by the couple interpreted the shape of the traditional Chippendale chair in a two-dimensional silhouette clad in various modern patterns. The book coined the terms "Duck" and "Decorated Shed" as applied to opposing architectural styles. But Scott Brown fought against this misattribution and turned into a feminist idol for young architects. She was joined there by Robert Scott Brown, whom she had met at Witwatersrand in 1954, and graduated with a degree in architecture in 1955. As the story goes, Scott Brown argued in her first faculty meeting that Frank Furness’ masterful Venetian gothic library should not be torn down to build a plaza (then a dissenting opinion). All images are © each office/photographer mentioned. In Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown …work, with coauthor Steven Izenour, Learning from Las Vegas (1972). There are 669 furniture and interiors online. She continued her education there, winning admission to the Architectural Association School of Architecture to learn “useful skills in the building of a just South Africa,” within an intellectually rich environment which embraced women. • Denise Scott Brown, Having Words (London: Architectural Association, 2009) Working in Philadelphia’s Fabric Workshop, Venturi and Scott Brown created a design they dubbed “Grandmother” that featured a floral, quilt-like pattern interspersed with hash marks. The book joined Venturi's previous Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture (Museum of Modern Art, 1966) as a rebuke to orthodox modernism and elite architectural tastes, and a pointed acceptance of American sprawl and vernacular architecture. Bidding closed. Installation views. VSBA are known for creating… News: the Pritzker Prize jury has rejected a petition for architect Denise Scott Brown to retroactively receive recognition for the award that her husband and partner, Robert Venturi, won in 1991. Read 63 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. June 26, 2017 by Russell Trzaska Leave a Comment. Editori… She and Robert Venturi are founding principals of the influential architectural firm Venturi, Scott Brown, and Associates (VSBA), whose work and ideas have influenced generations of architects and planners. [8] For example, the Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates firm studied both the expansion of Dartmouth College campus along with the wilderness surrounding the perimeter of the area. Learn more about artist insights. To say that Denise Scott Brown has been revolutionary in architecture would be an enormous understatement. Robert Scott Brown died in a car crash in 1959. Robert Venturi has 18 works online. Working in collaboration with Robert Venturi over the last half century, she has guided the course Robert Venturi was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1925. The book published studies of the Las Vegas Strip, undertaken with students in an architectural research studio course which Scott Brown taught with Venturi in 1970 at Yale's School of Architecture and Planning. During her years in the Southwest, Scott Brown became interested in the newer cities of Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users. How much of Denise Scott Brown's work have you seen? In March 1968, Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown wrote and published “A Significance for A&P Parking Lots, or Learning from Las Vegas” (Architectural Forum, March 1968).That following fall, the two created a research studio for graduate students at Yale School of Art and Architecture.The studio was called "Learning from Las Vegas, or Form Analysis as Design Research". Comprising works by the likes of Frank Gehry, Billie Tsien, and Denise Scott Brown, with Herzog & de Meuron, Farshid Moussavi, AMO/Rem Koolhaas and others joining in a further auction next week, money raised from the Design Yard Sale will go to two essential charities fighting systemic anti-Black racism: The Bail Project and Colloqate Design. In a meeting with city officials that September, Scott Brown presented images of the neighborhood on a white background, as if curating an exhibition. June 05, 2018. Denise Scott Brown has 6 works online. The 2018 Soane Medal was awarded to architect and educator Denise Scott Brown, whose ideas and work as architect, planner, urbanist, theorist, writer and educator have had a global influence, transforming thinking about architecture and cities. [7], With the firm, renamed Venturi, Rauch and Scott Brown in 1980, and finally Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates in 1989, Scott Brown has led major civic planning projects and studies, and more recently has directed many university campus planning projects. Denise Scott Brown is an architect, planner, urban designer, theorist, writer, and educator whose projects and ideas have influenced designers and thinkers worldwide. We have identified these works in the following photos from our exhibition history. He attended the Episcopal Academy in Philadelphia and graduated from Princeton University. [3], Denise Lakofski and Robert Scott Brown were married on July 21, 1955. Denise Scott Brown has shaped the development of architecture over the last 50 years. Encouraging fluid architectural preservation and introducing consistent signage and branding, Scott Brown’s work ushered in a new era for the now-popular destination. Denise Scott Brown. Venturi and Rauch has 4 works online. As compelling as this version of Venturi and Scott Brown’s collaborative history may be, the couple’s eternal association often leaves Scott Brown’s personal work in the dust. There are 2,989 architecture works online. Scott Brown moved back to Philadelphia in 1967 to join Robert Venturi's firm, Venturi and Rauch, and became principal in charge of planning in 1969. Denise Scott Brown (née Lakofski; born October 3, 1931) is an American architect, planner, writer, educator, and principal of the firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates in Philadelphia. In 1972, with Venturi and Steven Izenour, Scott Brown wrote Learning From Las Vegas: the Forgotten Symbolism of Architectural Form. Here’s a look at some of her lesser-known work: In contrast with Venturi’s architectural focus, Scott Brown’s most prolific projects were in urban planning. In Jim Thorpe, a small mining town in Pennsylvania, Scott Brown led an effort to revive the Victorian-era Main Street. At the meeting, she met Robert Venturi, a young architect and fellow professor. [16] Although Scott Brown wrote the essay in 1975, she decided not to publish it at the time, out of fear for damaging her career. Robert Venturi was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1925. According to Scott Brown, with time this pattern began “to look more like the black-and-white blobs on the covers of composition notebooks that American children use in school.” By applying a pattern ubiquitous in American visual culture to chairs sold by such high-end manufacturers as Knoll and later Swid Powell, Scott Brown blurred distinctions between "high" and "low" art. The architecture applies a post-Las Vegas modern feel while projecting the traditional Japanese shopping street. Skip to end of content Stardust, Las Vegas, c. 1968, ca. Peter Barberie: [Laughs] I’ve heard that. Printing samples on cotton and sateen, Scott Brown also played with an abstract black-and-white design. You'll now receive updates based on what you follow! Denise Scott Brown has 6 works online. [11] However, the award was given to two recipients in 1988. [7], The fusion of Eastern and Western ideas in the Nikko hotel chain are evident by merging the Western notion of comfort (62 Stanislaus Von Moos) with historical kimono patterns with their hidden order. As a husband and wife, the two worked well together and elevated their firm to international importance. Similarly, the Bryn Mawr College plan took into consideration the landmark of the early campus and the usages of campus space prior to planning. Working in tandem with his partner and wife Denise Scott Brown, he helped not only create many of the uber-texts of postmodern architecture theory, but also designed masterpieces now seen as cornerstones of the movement.. 20,000 people wrote from all over the world and every one of them called me Denise."[15]. Lakofski traveled to London in 1952, working for the modernist architect Frederick Gibberd. [11] The prize organization, the Hyatt Foundation stated that, in 1991, it honored only individual architects, a practice that changed in 2001 with the selection of Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron. Denise Scott Brown has 16 books on Goodreads with 5644 ratings. Works for sale (1) Auction results. Barberie: I can see that you have eclectic taste. For years, Scott Brown was married to Robert Venturi, her partner in both life and work. The work of husband-and-wife Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown is prolific, scattered across the U.S. and world, from the Sainsbury Wing of the National Gallery in London to the postmodern Seattle Art Museum. But Scott Brown’s accomplishments—as well as her work completed alongside Venturi—deserve their moment in the spotlight. These crowded things mean I can sit here and have happy memories, or be reminded of what to talk about. Out Of The Ordinary: The Architecture And Design Of Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown And Associates - arcspace.com A wide variety of objects, including architectural drawings, models, and photographs, as well as furniture, textiles, and decorative arts, documents more than four decades of the firm's eye-catching, iconoclastic work. Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown Self (1987) Philadelphia: The Great Experiment Self (2013) The Once and Future Pariser Platz: A Square in Berlin Comes Back Self (1999) Beyond Utopia: Changing Attitudes in American Architecture Self (1983) Hide all | | Edit Filmography. The aim is to document what is there. There’s something irresistible about Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown’s architectural romance. 474 likes. Venturi and his partner, Denise Scott Brown, viewed architecture as a combat sport, but one that required wit and grace, as well as accommodation for the unusual, extrinsic, and incongruent. Robert Venturi has 18 works online. Skip to beginning of content. In contrast, the exterior “street” complex reflects Japanese urban and traditional life. The work of husband-and-wife Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown is prolific, scattered across the U.S. and world, from the Sainsbury Wing of the National Gallery in London to the postmodern Seattle Art Museum. The strip was ultimately preserved and remains a vibrant area of the city. The couple spent the next three years working and traveling throughout Europe, and in 1958, they moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to study at the University of Pennsylvania's planning department. The Often Forgotten Work of Denise Scott Brown, the world's most visited architecture website, © All rights reserved. They questioned the Modernist rejection of the use of… In this class we watch and discuss two videotaped interviews with the intrepid pair of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott-Brown, unpacking their references which range from … Sexism and the Star System in Architecture", "Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown Win the 2016 AIA Gold Medal", "City Dreamers: Portraits of four women who shaped the world we live in", Design Strategies of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown tell their life stories at Web of Stories, More info on petition page mentioned in prize section, with press links, "Architecture Gold Medal, Rebutting Pritzker, Goes to Scott Brown and Venturi", "Snubbed, cheated, erased: the scandal of architecture's invisible women", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Denise_Scott_Brown&oldid=992653350, University of Pennsylvania School of Design alumni, University of California, Berkeley faculty, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs faculty, Members of the American Philosophical Society, Articles with unsourced statements from March 2020, Articles with unsourced statements from December 2015, Wikipedia articles with CINII identifiers, Wikipedia articles with RKDartists identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SELIBR identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with Trove identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Undergraduate Science Building, Life Sciences Institute and Palmer Commons complex. Peter Barberie: [Laughs] I’ve heard that.Scott Brown: Yes.So this house is us dining alone. Robert Venturi has 18 works online. Denise Scott Brown. She and Robert Venturi are founding principals of the influential architectural firm Venturi, Scott Brown, and Associates (VSBA), whose work and ideas have influenced generations of architects and planners. Critics characterized them as the most influential and visionary architects of the time and continued their path with a clear approach, with their radical theories of design. Bidding closed Candlesticks, pair, 1985-86. As part of their design process, the Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates firm studies the trends of an area, marking future expansions or congestions. In 1960, the young widow met Robert Venturi at a Penn faculty meeting. Robert Charles Venturi Jr. (June 25, 1925 – September 18, 2018) was an American architect, founding principal of the firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates, and one of the major architectural figures of the twentieth century. Scott Brown has remained a prolific writer on architecture and urban planning. These studies influence plans and design makeup. Scott Brown holds a systematic approach to planning in what is coined as “FFF studios.” In it, form, forces and function determine and help define the urban environment. Courtesy of Robert Venturi. At a 1960 faculty meeting, she argued against demolishing the university's library (now the Fisher Fine Arts Library), designed by Philadelphia architect Frank Furness. [8] She has also served as principal-in-charge with Robert Venturi on the firm's larger architectural projects, including the Sainsbury Wing of London's National Gallery, the capitol building in Toulouse and the Nikko Hotel and Spa Resort in Japan. Installation views. Denise Scott Brown: It was said that, of all crowded rooms, there was never one so crowded as when Thomas Jefferson dined alone. Denise Scott Brown is an architect, writer, and planner. Scott Brown left the University of Pennsylvania in 1965. [9], When Robert Venturi was named as winner of the 1991 Pritzker Architecture Prize,[10] Scott Brown did not attend the award ceremony in protest. Sexism and the Star System in Architecture". By Fred A. Bernstei n. January 12, 2018 Denise Scott Brown … In 1959, Robert died in a car accident. Scott Brown: Yes. Denise Scott Brown completed her master's degree in city planning in 1960 and, upon graduation, became a faculty member at the university.[4]. Denise Scott Brown, an American architect, planner, writer, educator, and principal in the Philadelphia-based architecture firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates (VSBA). These crowded things mean I can sit here and have happy memories, or be reminded of what to talk about. Through a robust series of demographic and economic analyses, Scott Brown formulated a plan that would resuscitate the mountainous Appalachian town through tourism. Robert Venturi has 18 works online. For the most part, Venturi would study chairs from different eras – Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Queen Anne, etc.— and Scott Brown would create patterns to be applied to the forms. Denise Scott Brown had already been a member of architecture’s elite ranks for over a half-century when, into her ninth decade, controversy and media outcry launched her into the most publicly visible register of the notoriously male-dominated profession in 2013. Look back at the dynamic duo’s local greatest hits. Denise Scott Brown (née Lakofski; born October 3, 1931) is an American architect, planner, writer, educator, and principal of the firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates in Philadelphia. Denise Scott Brown was born as Denise Lakofski. Partner in Venturi, Scott Brown and Asssociates (VSBA) along with Denise Scott Brown. In opposition to a proposed cross-town expressway that would have run through South Philadelphia, Scott Brown collaborated with grassroots organizers to preserve the area; a community that was both architecturally rich and a center for African American life. They met when they were both young professors at the University of Pennsylvania; Scott Brown held seminars in city planning, and Venturi gave lectures in architectural theory. The work of husband-and-wife Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown is prolific, scattered across the U.S. and world, from the Sainsbury Wing of the National Gallery in London to the postmodern Seattle Art Museum. This website is devoted to the work of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown. Denise Scott Brown. Denise Scott Brown and Robert Venturi in 1968. Exactly this happened in the case of Denise Scott Brown and Robert Venturi, her partner and husband. There are 48 architectural fragments online. The Often Forgotten Work of Denise Scott Brown. Installation views. The two were married in Santa Monica, California, on July 23, 1967. She briefly entered liberal politics, but was frustrated by the lack of acceptance of women in the field. There are 10,232 design works online. In 1989, Scott Brown published her famous essay, "Room at the Top? Denise Scott Brown is an architect, planner, urban designer, theorist, writer and educator whose projects and ideas have influenced designers and thinkers worldwide. The essay describes her struggle to be recognized as an equal partner of the firm, in an architecture world that was predominantly male. [5] The two became collaborators and taught courses together from 1962 to 1964. She invited Venturi to visit her classes at UCLA, and in 1966 asked him to visit Las Vegas with her. Denise Scott Brown is an architect, planner, urban designer, theorist, writer, and educator whose projects and ideas have influenced designers and thinkers worldwide. Often remembered in the context of her partnership with Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown's own work in architecture, design, and planning is noteworthy. Denise Scott Brown (née Lakofski; born October 3, 1931) is an American architect, planner, writer, educator, and principal of the firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates in Philadelphia. Denise Scott Brown, Self: Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown. There are 669 furniture and interiors online. When they met and married, Denise Scott Brown had already made important contributions to the field of urban design. Together with her late husband Robert Venturi, FAIA, Scott Brown designed some of the boldest and most distinctive buildings of the last century. … Denise Scott Brown, Worldwide. So this house is us dining alone. Denise Scott Brown (née Lakofski; born October 3, 1931) is an American architect, planner, writer, educator, and principal of the firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates in Philadelphia. €48, ISBN 9783906027845 At the very beginning of The Difficult Whole, the editors explain that it is “a book about the architecture of Robert Venturi, not around it. Denise Scott Brown: It was said that, of all crowded rooms, there was never one so crowded as when Thomas Jefferson dined alone. We meet Denise Scott Brown, the South African émigré who shook up the entire discourse of architecture along with her husband Robert Venturi. Consign with Artsy. Compilation. 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Venturi, his partner Denise Scott Brown, and their long-time collaborator Steven Izenour answered this provocative question with their 1972 opus, Learning from Las Vegas, which used lessons from the everyday American automobile city to critique the status quo of postwar modernist architecture. 474 likes. Nov 27, 2019 - Concluding a four-part interview, Denise Scott Brown discusses recent work by VSBA in France, Morocco and the United States, expanding on the … He attended the Episcopal Academy in Philadelphia and graduated from Princeton University. In female-male partnerships the work can sometimes be wrongly credited in favour of the male partner, as he is often better known. Denise Scott Brown sees her work as strictly belonging to the domain of the visible, but her involvement with the social research that has for many years been part of this prompted us, as editors of The Invisible in Architecture, to set out for her office in Philadelphia, … There are 10,232 design works online. By the beginning of the 1980s, Venturi and Brown had made huge success with their ideas and concepts. While teaching, she completed a master's degree in architecture. Hennepin Avenue Transit/Entertainment Study; Jim Thorpe Historic District Planning Study; Design Mind Award, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Awards; 2007 (with, This page was last edited on 6 December 2020, at 12:00. While at Yale in the late sixties and early seventies, Venturi and Scott Brown taught a number of studios that heralded American vernacular architecture, from the roadside to the rowhome. ArchDaily 2008-2020. As a husband and wife, the two worked well together and elevated their firm to international importance. Known For. Restoration of the Fisher Fine Arts Library. There are 2,989 architecture works online. [12], In 2013, Women In Design, a student organization spearheaded by Caroline Amory James and Arielle Assouline-Lichten[13] at the Harvard Graduate School of Design started a petition for Scott Brown to receive joint recognition with her partner Robert Venturi. 1968), Giclée print, 9 1/2 × 14 in [7] Even after a group of women from the Harvard Graduate School of Design created a petition and gathered over 20,000 signatures in hopes of retroactively awarding Scott Brown the prize, she remained unrecognized. Denise Scott Brown, co-founder of Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates, talks to ARCHITECT about a petition launched by the Harvard University Graduate School of Design Women in Design Group demanding that the Pritzker Architecture Prize committee recognize her … The Era-Defining Work of Denise Scott Brown Discover the work of one of the most influential architects in the 20th Century Denise Scott Brown is an American architect, planner, writer and educator, and is principal of her firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates (VSBA) in Philadelphia, USA. On Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, and the Recent Yale Symposium on their Works and Writings *Below is a brief summary of the essay, please click here to view to complete document. Finally... in 2014, Denise Scott Brown & Robert Venturi awarded by A+ Lifetime Achievement! Page 1 of 1. Denise Scott Brown: I would be grateful if you would remember that I have worked with Bob since 1960, etching first and then in practice. $800 Art Nouveau chair. Denise Scott Brown later taught at Yale University, where she developed courses that encouraged architects to study problems in the built environment employing both traditional empirical methods of social science but also media studies and pop culture. The other, "The Work of Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates," designed by Dean Sakamoto and David Sadighian, was a concept-based, three-dimensional display of selected work of the Philadelphia firm, organized around five themes: Context, Mannerism, Communication, Automobile City, and Urban Research, reappraising the firm's key ideas manifested from the mid-1960s through today. Guest rooms are typically made with Western taste, with fabrics, wallpaper, and carpet exclusively from the Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates firm that reflect the scenery outside. Denise Scott Brown came to the U.S. to study and then trained her sharp vision on the built environment of her adopted homeland. FAIA, has been a writer, planner, activist, and educator throughout her long and prestigious career. Venturi approached her after the meeting, offering his support. Available for sale from Aperture Foundation, Denise Scott Brown, Stardust, Las Vegas, c. 1968 (ca. High time for the world's first extensive solo exhibition on the work of this 86 … Most memorably, when Venturi won the Pritzker Prize in 1991, the jury cited numerous projects completed in collaboration with Scott Brown (like the Sainsbury Wing of the National Gallery, London) as seminal works in his oeuvre. Other times, Scott Brown’s work in collaboration with Venturi is memorialized as Venturi’s accomplishment alone.

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