Stan was born in South Africa and received his Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Cape Town in 1967. He received his Masters in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia in 1968, studying under Louis I. Kahn. He has practiced in three countries where his work has been widely acclaimed.
Stan was appointed Chief Architect to the City of Jerusalem in 1978, was a partner in Moshe Safdie Associates and later opened his own practice in Jerusalem. In 1990, following his appointment as visiting professor at the University of California at Berkeley, Stan relocated his residence and office to Palo Alto, California. His projects have included large scale planning projects, master plans, urban and town planning projects, institutional buildings, custom residences and residential developments, design guide-lines, wineries, religious buildings, and most recently, the Ubuntu health and community center in South Africa.
Stan Field is the principal in FIELD ARCHITECTURE.
Submitted by William MARTINSON
Stan FIELD was invited by the University of the Free State to be their 24 Sophia Gray Laureate.
All truncated references not fully cited in 'References' are those of Joanna Walker's original text and cited in full in the 'Bibliography' entry of the Lexicon.
List of projects With photographs
|Miller House: 1972. Khyber Rock, Johannesburg, Gauteng - Architect |