American architect, he trained under Gropius and worked with Breuer. He set up his practice in NYC in 1953. His best-known work was the I. Miller Shoe Salon, Fifth Avenue, NYC (1961), where timber ribs and many mirrors were liberally employed. His various churches, such as the Westminster Unitarian, East Greenwich, RI (1964), relied on bold and simple elements. The US Tax Court, Washington, DC (1976), has a huge block cantilevered out to an uneasy extent.