June 1, 2014

Benjamin Baldwin: 1985 Hall of Fame Inductee

Baldwin Benjamin

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Benjamin Baldwin was an East Hampton (New York)-based interior, furniture and landscape designer. A native of Alabama who studied architecture and design at Princeton and the Cranbrook Academy of Arts, Baldwin numbered among his project credits the Sid Richardson Foundation in Fort Worth, Texas and the President’s Room at Yale University. He also designed stage sets for the Chicago Opera, furniture for Jack Lenor Larsen Inc. and residences in many parts of the U.S.

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