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Anne Griswold Tyng, Pioneering Architect

Anne Tyng in 1945 with her furniture designs. Anne Griswold Tyng Collection/The Architectural Archives, University of Pennsylvania Tying added a third floor to her Philadelphia house. Annie Schlechter The third floor contains a sitting room with built-in sofas. Annie Schlechter Tyng’s staircase Annie Schlechter Her custom stainless steel kitchen sink, which is inset with a mixing bowl and bucket. Annie Schlechter The first-floor dining area, adjacent to the kitchen. Annie Schlechter The third-floor sitting room’s angular brick fireplace. Annie Schlechter The Trenton Bath House (1955), which Tyng worked on with Louis I. Kahn. Marshall Meyers/Marshall D. Meyers Collection/The Architectural Archives, University of Pennsylvania

The first-floor dining area, adjacent to the kitchen. Annie Schlechter
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The first-floor dining area, adjacent to the kitchen. Annie Schlechter



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