Design USA: Contemporary Innovation

DAN KILEY

National Gallery of Art, East Wing, Washington D.C., 1971. Alan Freeman. Office of Dan Kiley.
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT, 2002

In a career spanning more than sixty years, Dan Kiley (American, 1912–2004) was acclaimed as the “dean” of American landscape architecture. A master of unique geometrical layouts and a firm believer in man as a part of nature, he worked on some of this country’s most important commissions, helping to elevate the profession of landscape design. Some of Kiley’s best-known works include New York’s Lincoln Center, the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Dallas Museum of Art.

  • Is it possible that you have a slideshow of the Dan Kiley photographs?

    He is the same Dan Kiley from Medina, Ohio whose photos were numbered, signed, and stamped on the back “ Point of View. “ ???

    Thank you,
    Scott Berman

    Scott Berman from the web 504 days ago

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