Sidney K. Robinson, AIA, ArchD

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Sidney K. Robinson, AIA, ArchD, is an educator, author, and architect who taught at Iowa State University (1973-85), University of Illinois at Chicago (1985-2007), and now at the School of Architecture at Taliesin since 1997. His teaching of history, design, and theory approaches architecture as the response to requests for artifacts that Enable, Encourage, and Enhance human purposes. He has written books and articles on Wright, The Picturesque, American organic architects Alden Dow and Bruce Goff, and historic preservation, and presented these subjects at venues including universities and museums in the United States and abroad. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, Society of Architectural Historians, has architectural degrees from Columbia University and the University of Michigan and has lived in Bruce Goff’s Ford house (1949-50) for thirty years.