Lee Harris Pomeroy
(1932 - 2018)
Lee Harris Pomeroy was active/lived in New York. Lee Pomeroy is known for architectural design of public buildings and facilities, historic preservation.
Biography Lee Harris Pomeroy
"Lee Harris Pomeroy, 85, Dies; Architect Revived Subway Stations," by Richard Sandomir, February 25, 2018, obituary, The New York Times
Lee Harris Pomeroy, whose architectural touch is visible around New York City — in the subway stations he redesigned, the Fulton Mall that he helped to plan in Brooklyn and the limestone-sheathed Swiss Bank Tower he devised to fit in with nearby landmarks like Rockefeller Center and the flagship store of Saks Fifth Avenue — died on Feb. 18 in Manhattan. He was 85.
His daughter, Jordana Pomeroy, confirmed his death but did not specify a cause.
“Architecture is a social art as well as a technical, problem-solving process,” Mr. Pomeroy told his daughter in an email exchange last yea
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