(1915 - 1996)
J. Cranston Heintzelman was active/lived in Kansas, Virginia, Rhode Island / Mexico, France. J Heintzelman is known for architectural design, sculpture, design theory, teaching, sculpture.
Biography J. Heintzelman
Professor Emeritus J. Cranston Heintzelman passed away in Virginia on February 16, 1996. A 1938 Bachelor of Architecture graduate from MIT, Cranston Heintzelman earned the Master of Architecture from Columbia University in 1941 before moving to Manhattan with his wife, Elizabeth, in 1947. Here he began what became a distinguished career teaching architectural design, sculpture, and design theory.
Each year since his retirement in 1983, the faculty of the Department of Architecture has awarded the Heintzelman Prize to recognize outstanding design achievement by students in the final semester of the Bachelor of Architecture program.
Obituary, Sunday, February 16, 1996, College of Architecture, Plann
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