Edward Larrabee Barnes

Past International Architect

Edward Larrabee Barnes was born in Chicago in 1922. He received his architecture degree from Harvard and his Sheldon Traveling Fellowship he used to experience Europe before he established a private practice in New York and taught at Yale. He created monumental buildings by using geometric modules with a limited palette of materials.

Example of Homes Architect Edward Larrabee Barnes

4608 Meadowood Road, Dallas, Texas

Edward Larrabee Barnes was selected to design the Dallas Museum of Art. Ralph and Nelba Greenley, who were very involved in the Dallas Museum of Art project, retained Edward Larrabee Barnes to design their home at 4608 Meadowood.

Dallas Museum of Art