Kramer, Etel Thea / 27 projects

Etel Thea Kramer (1938–2001) was a practicing architect and a design studio critic at The Cooper Union, where she taught third and fourth year studios from the mid-1970s to the mid-1980s. In 1964 she was among the first women to receive an advanced degree in architectural design from Yale University. She practiced architecture in New York City and, later in her career, in New Mexico.

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Yale Architecture Women.” Yale Architecture. Accessed November 8, 2019.
Etel Thea Kramer (1938-2001) - Find A Grave.” Find A Grave. Accessed November 8, 2019.