Ted Fearney, Architect

Edward Maurice Fearney - 1915 - 2000

 

Education:

1933 - 1934 - Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island

1934 - 1939 - Bachelors of Architecture, Carnegie Institute of Technology,                                 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

 

Registered:

Florida

 

Academic Appointments:

1946 - Professor, College of Architecture & Fine Art, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

 

Firms:

1945 - Dickey & Associates, Jacksonville, Florida

1946 - Reynolds, Smith & Hill, Jacksonville, Florida

 

Professional Affiliations:

Fearney assisted in the formation of the first student chapter in the country of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) at the University of Florida.  

The Student Chapter sponsored a visiting architect program that included Richard Neutra, William Lescaze, George Nelson and Paul Rudolph. Fearney rented the gymnasium to bring Frank Lloyd Wright to the University of Florida. 

1954 - 1957 –Director, American Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida North                            Chapter

1970 - American Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida North Chapter

 

Military Service:

1943 - 1945 - United States Navy

 

Honors:

1949 - Honorable Mention, Hidden Talent, The Museum of Modern Art, New               York City, New York

Ted Fearney Endowment Professorship in Architecture, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

 

Notable Works:

1955 - Fearney Residence, Golfview Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida

1959 - Gregg Residence, with Architect David Reaves, Overlook Park Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida

Architect Ted Fearney on left with Architect Paul M. Hefferman

1955 - Fearney Residence,

Golfview Neighborhood,

Gainesville, Florida

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