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Jack Alan Bialosky Jack Alan Bialosky

Born: 1928 (Cleveland, Ohio)

Died: 2020 (Cleveland, Ohio)

Jack Alan Bialosky, Sr. served as a Lieutenant Jr. Grade in the Navy during World War II, then attended the Yale School of Architecture which exposed him to Frank Lloyd Wright, Eliel Saarinen, and Louis Kahn.

Bialosky earned his degree in 1949, and returned to Cleveland to work for Charles Coleman, a sole practitioner specializing in single family homes.

In 1951, at age 26, exuberance in a post-WWII America, combined with confidence in his own ability, led Bialosky to open his own practice in his Shaker Square apartment.

Bialosky passed away in 2020 however left behind him the multidisciplinary design firm Bialosky Link opens in new window.

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