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Name: Eugene Ray (1932-)


Historical Note: Eugene Ray was born in Louisiana in 1932. He attended Louisiana State University, where he was first formally exposed to the architectural ideas of Buckminster Fuller. Ray continued his education at Tulane University in New Orleans, where he earned his MFA. Licensed as an architect by his home state of Louisiana in 1959, Ray soon built his first home followed by his largest home before moving to California. Upon arrival, Ray was soon introduced to environmental design, an architectural approach which would characterize much if not most of his subsequent work. In 1969, he founded the Environmental Design Program at San Diego State University.



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