Alfred S. Alschuler (1876 – 11 June 1940) was a Chicago architect who designed warehouses, department stores, industrial buildings, synagogues, and offices during the height of the city's architectural boom at the turn of the 20th century. USA
Elias George Basevi. (1 April 1794 – 16 October 1845) was an English architect of Jewish origin, the favourite pupil of architect Sir John Soane, and the first surveyor of the Guardian Assuarance Company. United Kingdom
Dr Gary Berkovich(Russian) (26 May 1935, Kharkov, USSR –) (Russian: Беркович, Гари) is a Soviet-trained architect and writer, he was among the first former Soviet architects-emigrees of the 1970s to register and open successful practice in the US. USSR, USA. Soviet-born
Irwin Chanin (29 October 1891 – 24 February 1988), designer of Art Deco office towers and Broadway theaters, real estate developer and benefactor to his alma mater, The Cooper Union, which named its school of architecture in his honor. USA
Pierre Chareau (4 August 1883 – 24 August 1950) was a French architect and designer, credited for building the first house in France made of steel and glass, the Maison de Verre.
Bertrand Goldberg (17 July 1913 – 8 October 1997) was an American architect best known for the Marina City complex in Chicago, Illinois, the tallest residential concrete building in the world at the time of completion. USA
Ernő Goldfinger (11 September 1902 – 15 November 1987) was an architect and designer of furniture, and a key member of the architectural Modern Movement after he had moved from Hungary to the United Kingdom. United Kingdom, Hungary-born
Victor Gruen (18 July 1903 – 14 February 1980), pioneer in the design of shopping malls in the United States. USA. Austria-born
Hector Guimard (Lyon, 10 March 1867 – New York, 20 May 1942) was an architect, who is now the best-known representative of the French Art Nouveau style of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. France
Iosif Gurevich (Russian: Гуревич, Иосиф Семёнович). Russian Empire, Soviet Union
Hermann Henselmann (3 February 1905, Roßla, Germany – 19 January 1995, Berlin, Germany) was a German architect most famous for his buildings constructed in East Germany during the 1950s and 60s. Germany
Oskar Kaufmann (2 February 1873, Újszentanna/Neu Sankt Anna (today Sântana), near Arad, Romania – 8 September 1956, Budapest) was an Hungarian-Jewish architect. He was an expert of construction and design and played an active part in Berlin since 1900.. Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, Germany, Erez Israel,Israel
Harry Rosenthal (1892, Posen (today Poznan, Poland) – 1966, London, United Kingdom) was a successful German architect, before he was forced by Nazis to flee the country. Germany, Erez Israel, United Kingdom. Poland-born
Emery Roth (born Róth Imre, 1871 – 20 August 1948), apprentice to Daniel Burnham and architect of classic Jazz Age New York apartment buildings and hotels, who founded firm known as the "Builder's Architects". USA. Austro-Hungary-born
Julian Roth (2 September 1902 – 9 December 1992) was an American architect. USA
Richard Roth, Jr. was an architect who ran the New York City based architecture firm “Emery, Roth and Sons” after his father's death. USA
Frederic Schwartz (born 1951) is an award-winning Jewish American architect, author, and city planner whose work includes "Empty Sky," the New Jersey 9-11 Memorial, scheduled to be dedicated in Liberty State Park on 11 September 2011, the tenth anniversary of the 11 September attacks. USA
Arieh Sharon (architect) (Hebrew: אריה שרון; 28 May 1900 – 24 July 1984) was an Israeli architect and winner of the Israel Prize for Architecture in 1962 — the first in this discipline. Germany, Erez Israel, Israel. Poland-born
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