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Saarinen

Eero . 1910--61, US architect, born in Finland. His works include the US Embassy, London (1960)
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After receiving the good news, the Saarinen family celebrated with a bottle of champagne.
The facility, which is currently the only on-site, AirTrain accessible hotel at JFK, will connect to Terminal 5 via Saarinen's "Catch Me if You Can" flight tubes.
She asked Eero Saarinen to design a chair "like a great big basket of pillows that I can curl up in." He created the body-embracing "womb chair."
In addition, Saarinen was elected the chairman, while Ingman and von Essen were elected as members of the board's nomination and remuneration committee.
Saarinen joins the company from Amcor, a packaging provider, where he first served as commercial director, North America and then general manager, Mundelein.
According to the(http://www.flydulles.com/iad/history?_ga=2.107598534.59714629.1514485041-1494096100.1514485041) Dulles' official website , with its distinctive arches and the design, Saarinen wanted to capture "the soul of the airport." After designing the airport, he called it  "the best thing I have ever done."
"The GM Tech Center marked Saarinen's emergence onto the national stage and was the first of his four influential suburban corporate campuses that represented a sea change in American business facilities," the award commendation reads.
Mae'r tebygrwydd y ddau yn syfrdanol '' Ers dechrau rhoi lluniau o waith Robert Harvey i fyny ar trydar mae rhywun arall wedi cysylltu gyda lluniau o waith Eero Saarinen, sef adeilad Llys Genhadaeth yr Unol Daliethau yn Sgwar Grosvenor, Llundain.
Although he had worked briefly for Le Corbusier in Paris, Korab is best .known for his decades-long association with Eero Saarinen and for his documentation of the iconic terminals Saarinen designed at John F.
-- Alana Saarinen sat at the piano, playing smoothly and with feeling.
TERO SAARINEN'S HUNT, a veritable light show, in Dublin
A new exhibition in Washington, DC--entitled Eero Saarinen: A Reputation for Innovation--highlights the work of the Finnish-born American architect, including such 20th century masterpieces as St Louis' Gateway Arch and the TWA Terminal Building at New York's JFK Airport.