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GEORGE NEMENY, FAIA (1911-1997)

Nemeny was a native of Budapest. Born into a Jewish family, where his father was an architect, according to daughter Patricia he emigrated to the US using his dead brother's passport. Nemeny graduated from Cornell in architecture in 1934 and moved to New York City. He won his first award in 1935 — a Gold Medal in the American Academy in Rome Competition. He worked both alone and with Abraham Geller. Over the years he taught architectural design at Yale and Columbia and as a visiting critic at Cornell. His striking, airy residential designs had him named as one of the country's 10 leading architects by the AIA in 1957, 1963, and 1964. As of around 1967, he had designed about 82 houses.

Nemeny taught at Yale in 1948 and was a visiting critic at Cornell 1957-1959. He retired in the mid-1970s. He was married to the cousin of Glady Dubovsky, below. He had two daughters, Laurie Estep of San Diego and Patricia Berman of Great Neck NY.

Past employees include Debora Reiser, Richard Henderson, Victor Christ-Janer, and Charles Gwathmey. Bio adapted from the New York Times. Nemeny project list (likely incomplete)


1938 to 1939 - The George Nemeny House Additions and Renovations, Crompond, Peekskill NY. Built.


1938 - The Horn Apartment House Alteration, aka Project 13. Suspended.


1938 - The Gladys Dubovsky House, 7 School Road, Crompond, Peekskill NY. One of Nemeny's first small Modern houses. Sold. Destroyed in the 2000s, new house built.


1938 - The Petchers Alteration, 730 Columbus Avenue, New York NY. Built, destroyed in the 1980s.


1938 - The Petchers House (Proposed), Crompond NY. Project 16. Not built.


1938 - The Gordon House, Crompond NY. Project 17. Suspended.


1938 - The Wanerka Prefab House. Project 19. Suspended.


1938 - The E. Goldberg Apartment House (Proposed). Project 20. Not built.


1938 - The Swee Addition, Crompond NY. Built.


1938 - The Goodman Apartment Renovation, West 79th, New York NY. Built.


1938 - The Manson House, Mohegan Colony, Lake Mohegan NY. Built.


1938 - The Rose Fried Garage and Workroom, Crompond NY. Built.


1939 - The Samuels and Samuels House, Bronx NY. 2-family house. Project 33. Suspended.


1939 - The Aronstam House, Crompond NY. Project 34. Suspended.


1939 - The Samuels and Samuels Apartment House (Proposed). Project 38. Suspended.


1939 - The Goodman Apartment and Office (Proposed). Project 39. Not built.


1939 - Houses on Mathews, Gyles, and Orloff Avenues, Bronx NY. Built.


1939 - The Dr. Schwartz Home and Office. Built.


1939 - The Goodman Apartments and Row Houses, Willetts Point NY. Built.


Around 1939 - 2-Story Row Bungalow. Project 53. Not built.

Around 1939 - 14-Foot Row House. Project 55. Not built.


Around 1939 - 5-Family House (Proposed). Project 59. Not built.

Around 1939 - The Sperling House. Project 60. Not built.


Around 1939 - The Backrack Cheap FHA House. Project 63. Not built.


1939 - The Fenyhalmy House, Mathews. Detached, 2-family. Built.


1939 - The Miller Alterations, Brooklyn NY. Built.


1939 - The Cooperman-Berkwit House. Built.


Around 1939 - 150 housing units, Norwalk CT. Status unknown.

Around 1939 - 80 housing units, Elmhurst NY. Status unknown.


Around 1940 - aka the Alpine Woods Remodel, aka Small Country House, somewhere in NY. According to Debora Reiser, this was Nemeny's graduate school project. Published in Progressive Architecture, February 1946. Status unknown.


1941 - 185 units of row houses, Bronx NY. Commissioned around 1938. Status unknown.


Around Early 1940s - The Iscardarian-Berkwit House. Project 67. Built.


Around Early 1940s - The Wallace Row House I. Project 68. Built.


Around Early 1940s - The Wallace Row House II. Project 70. Built.


Around Early 1940s - The Rosen Apartment. Project 71. Not built.


Around Early 1940s - The Goodman Bungalow (Proposed). Project 72. Status unknown.


Around Early 1940s - 3-Family House (Proposed). Project 74. Status unknown.


Around Early 1940s - The Bob Ittelson Row (Proposed). Project 75. Status unknown.


Around Early 1940s - Rental House (Proposed), Bronx NY. Project 79. Status unknown.


Around Early 1940s - Convertible 1-Family House (Proposed), Bronx NY. Project 80. Status unknown.


Around Early 1940s - 2-Family Bungalow (Proposed). Attached. Project 81. Built.


Around Early 1940s - The Putter-Henick 2-Family House. Project 82. Built.


Around Early 1940s - Terrace 2-Family House, Kingsbridge Terrace, Bronx NY. Project 84. Built.


Around Early 1940s - Rental (Proposed), W. 231 Street, Bronx NY. Project 83. Status unknown.


Around Early 1940s - The Goodman Apartment House Alteration (Proposed). Project 85. Not built.


Around Early 1940s - The Zakin House (?), Gale and Orlof. Project 86. Built.


Around Early 1940s - The Levitt House, Gale and Orlof. Project 88. Built.


Around Early 1940s - The Altieri Bungalow. Project 91. Status unknown.


Around Early 1940s - The Berkwit Bungalows, W. 231 Street, Bronx NY. Project 92. Status unknown.


Around Early 1940s - The Salzman 3-Family Alteration. Project 93. Built.


Around Early 1940s - The Nowitz 1-Family House. Project 94. Not built.

Around Early 1940s - The Rubens 1-Family House. Project 95. Not built.

Around Early 1940s - The Schlamon Addition, Woodstock NY. Project 96. Not built.

Around Early 1940s - The Roginsky House, Alpine Woods. Project 97. Not built.


Around Early 1940s - The Gaines House, Alpine Woods. Project 98. Built.


Around Early 1940s - The Weiss Alteration, 97th and Park, NYC. Project 99. Built.


Around Early 1940s - The Burndy Entry. Project 100. Built.


Around Early 1940s - The Barman House. Project 102. Not built.


Around Early 1940s - The Barr Alteration. Project 101. Built.


1945 - The George Nemeny and Abraham Geller Houses, Long Beach NY. Designed with Abraham Geller. The houses were published. Debora Reiser went to see them as a student. Status unknown.


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Around 1946 - The Long Beach Housing Project, aka Trilevel House, Long Beach CA. Featured in Architectural Forum, October 1946. Designed with Abraham Geller; photos by Ezra Stoller. Built by Gordon Roth. Status unknown.


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1947 - The H. Thomas and Betty Van Campen Uskurait House, 210 Upland Road, Williamsport PA. Modified. Sold in 2018 to Dylan Wooden and Rachel Stuart.


Around Late 1940s - 313 W. 53rd Street Addition. Project 202. Not built.


Around Late 1940s - GN Apartment and Colony Bungalow. Project 203. Built.


Around Late 1940s - The Michele Barmadie Summer House. Project 204. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The G and Gert Price House. Project 205. Not built.


Around Late 1940s - The Jacob Mark 2-Family Row, Flushing, Queens NY. Project 206. Built.


Around Late 1940s - The Jacob Mark 1-Family House, Bayside NY. Project 207. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The Salzberg Kitchen Alteration. Project 208. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The Lipman Garage and Pavilion, Colony. Project 209. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - Summer Home, Shrub Oak NY. Project 210. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The Silver Garden Apartments, Astoria, Queens NY. Project 211. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The Livingston House Addition, Brooklyn NY. Project 214. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The Staale House, Monroe NY. Project 215. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The Reine Conc. Apartment House, Brooklyn NY. For Mark. Project 217. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - 4-Family House. Project 218. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - Patsy's Doll House (?). Project 221. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The Fried House Alteration, Crompond NY. Project 223. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The Atkins House, Ungel. Project 224. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The Jacob Mark Row Houses, Beechurst, Queens NY. 20 row houses. Project 246. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The Jacob Mark, LIC, Row Houses. Project 259. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The Jacob Mark, LIC, Row Houses. Project 260. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The Jacob Mark 1-Family Houses, Flushing, Queens NY. Project 261. Not built.

Around Late 1940s - The Rappaport Row, Queens NY. Project 265. Not built.


Around Late 1940s - The George Halprin House, Crompond NY. Project 267. Suspended.


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1948 - The Ezra Stoller House, 16 Kirby Lane North, Rye NY. Designed by Abraham Geller. Sold to Charles and Judith Gartman. Sold in 1996 to William and Virginia Waters. Sold to Beomha Jee. Sold in 2005 to Maria Tinedo. Sold in 2020 to Andrea Halim and Theodore Long. Remodeled.


1948 - The Centennial Gardens Housing Project, 701 Onodaga Avenue, Syracuse NY. 126 units within 10 buildings and 6 garages.


Around 1950 - The Esther Schwartz Addition. Project 271. Not built.

Around 1950 - The Brooker Alteration, Crompond NY. Project 273. Not built.


Around 1950 - The Farman Addition. Project 275. Built.


Around 1950 - The Robert Goodman House - Tupper Lake NY. Project 277. Suspended.


Around 1950 - The Spivak Alteration, Queens NY. Project 280. Built.


Around 1950 - The Caplan House, Neponsit, Queens NY. Project 284. Suspended.


Around 1950 - The Lipton House, Larchmont NY. Project 285. Suspended.


Around 1950 - The Remler Alteration, Brooklyn NY. Project 286. Not built.


Around 1950 - The Thompson Alteration. Project 292. Built.


Around 1950 - The Davis Houses, Yonkers NY. Project 293. Not built.

Around 1950 - The Damora House, CT. Project 294. Not built.

Around 1950 - The Bliss-Shergan 2-Family House, Brooklyn NY. Project 295. Not built.


Around 1950 - The Alan M. Mark House, Chappaqua NY. Designed with Abraham Geller. Project 349. Suspended.


Around 1950 - The Halprin House, Crompond NY. Project 297. Suspended.


Around 1950 - The Herzog House, Atlantic Beach. Project 298. Suspended.


Around 1950 - Housing Community, Queens NY. Project 300. Suspended.


Around 1950 - The Berley House, Crompond NY. Project 301. Built.


1951 - The Bernard Applebaum House, Cedarhurst NY. Designed with Abraham Geller. Commissioned 1948. Wood shed added shortly after by Nemeny. Published in Architectural Forum, October 1951. Photos by Ezra Stoller. Status unknown.


1951 - The Rita and Phil Rosen House, 75 Echo Bay Drive, New Rochelle NY. Published in Architectural Forum, October 1951. Designed with Abraham Geller. B/W photos by Ezra Stoller; color by Mark Vergari. Sold in 2017 to Saba Abolahriri.


1951 - The Morris Winograd House, 287 Fountain Road, Englewood NY. Designed with Abraham Geller. Featured in Architectural Forum, October 1951. Project architect, Debora Reiser. Landscape design, Bryan Lynch. Photos by Ezra Stoller. Still standing as of 2022.


Around 1951 - The Marlowe Assoc. House, Hewlett NY. Project 313. Not built.

Around 1951 - The Lawrence House, Geller, NYC. Project 314. Not built.

Around 1951 - The Lawrence House, Golden, NYC. Project 315. Not built.

Around 1951 - The Mocarski House, Mt. Kisco NY. Project 319. Not built.


Around 1951 - The Klausner Low-Cost House Group. Project 320. Status unknown.


Around 1951 - The Salzman 4-Family Apartment Conversion. Project 324. Status unknown.


Around 1951 - The Gramercy Park Apartment Alteration, NYC. Project 327. Status unknown.


Around 1951 - The Fabricant Apartment Interior. Project 329. Status unknown.


Around 1951 - The Klausner Garden Apartments. Project 330. Status unknown.


Around 1951 - The Rosen Housing Project, Ithaca NY. Project 333. Status unknown.


Around 1951 - The Lemle Winter House, Woodstock NY. Project 334. Status unknown.


Around 1951 - The Cooper (Klausner) Low-Cost House, aka The Attic House. Project 339. Status unknown.


Around 1951 - The Frank Costa Addition. Project 341. Built.


Around 1951 - The Gaines Addition. Project 342. Status unknown.


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1951 - The Robert Morris Park Subdivision, Morristown NJ. 250 houses designed with Abraham Geller. Project architect, Debora Reiser; built by Edward Klausner; engineering by Edward Klausner. Featured in Architectural Forum, January 1951. Most were destroyed and replaced with multiple townhouses, except for along Maxwell Street and Erskine Drive.


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1951 - 124 James Street, Morristown NJ. Also addressed 128 James Street. Part of Morris Park Subdivision.


1951 - 148 James Street, Morristown NJ. Part of Morris Park Subdivision.


1951 - 42 Erskine Drive, Morristown NJ. Part of Morris Park Subdivision.


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1953 - 142 James Street, Morristown NJ. Part of Morris Park Subdivision. Sold to John and Helen Gleason who commissioned landscape architect Nelva Weber.


1953 - 25 Maxwell Court, Morristown NJ. Part of Morris Park Subdivision.


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1952 - The Jack Diamond House, 108 Hewlett Neck Road, Woodmere NY. 3138 sf. Designed with Abraham Geller. B/W photos by Ezra Stoller. Featured in Architectural Record, July 1952. Sold in 2013 to Phillip and Edith Ritzenberg. For sale in 2022.


Around 1952 - The Wolosoff House, Kings Point, Long Island NY. Project 347. Status unknown.


Around 1952 - The Amerling House Group, Hudson NY. Project 348. Status unknown.


Around 1952 - The Fliess Guest House, Long Island NY. Project 350. Status unknown.


Around 1952 - The 80' Lot Corner House, Long Beach NY. Project 501. Built.


Around 1952 - The 60' Lot Corner House, Long Beach NY. Project 502. Built.


Around 1952 - The 80' Lot Corner House #2, Long Beach NY. Project 503. Built.


Around 1952 - The 40' Lot House, Long Beach NY. Project 504. Built.


Around 1952 - The 60' Lot Corner House, Study. Project 505. Not built.

Around 1952 - Row Houses, Riverside Boulevard, Long Beach NY. Project 506. Not built.

Around 1952 - The Berman 1-Story House. Project 507. Not built.

Around 1952 - The 1-Family House, aka The Colonial, Long Beach NY. Project 510. Not built.


Around 1952 - Detached House, Riverside Boulevard, Long Beach NY. Project 511. Built.


Around 1952 - The Reingruber House (Proposed). Project 512. Not built.


Around 1952 - The Clarman House, Hempstead NY. Project 514. Status unknown.


Around 1952 - The Reingruber House, Long Beach NY. Project 515. Built.


Around 1952 - The Hames House, Long Beach NY. Project 516. Built.


Around 1952 - The Gould House, Long Beach NY. Project 517. Not built.


Around 1952 - The Wendell House, Long Beach NY. Project 518. Built.


Around 1952 - The Cadden Alteration, NY. Project 401. Status unknown.


Around 1952 - The Dibner Alteration, White Plains NY. Project 402. Suspended.


Around 1952 - The Elliot et al. House Group, Great Neck, Long Island NY. Project 403. Status unknown.


Around 1952 - The Rosen Alteration, NY. Project 404. Suspended.


Around 1952 - The Miller House and Doctor's Office. Project 405. Status unknown.


Around 1952 - The Klausner Low-Cost Housing. Project 406. Status unknown.


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1952 - The Gregory Fried House, 37 Geneva Road, West Norwalk CT. Built for Nemeny's wife's brother. Remodeled and expanded. Sold several times.


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Around 1952 - The Morton G. and Eileen Mack House, North Newstead, South Orange NJ. Designed with Abraham Geller. Featured in Architectural Record, July 1952. Project architect, Debora Reiser. Status unknown.


Around 1953 - The F. Fried House, West Norwalk CT. Project 409. Suspended.


Around 1953 - The Zucker House, Long Island NY. Project 412. Suspended.


Around 1953 - The Helman House, Atlantic Beach. Project 414. Suspended.


Around 1953 - The Perlman Summer House Group, Pine Lake NY. Project 416. Status unknown.


Around 1953 - The Levin Alteration, NY. Project 417. Built.


Around 1953 - The Eliot Alteration. Project 419. Built.


Around 1953 - The H. Miller House, Usonia, Pleasantville NY. Project 420. Built.


Around 1953 - The Spring House, Scarsdale NY. Project 421. Built.


Around 1953 - The Himmel 4-Family House, NY. Project 423. Status unknown.


Around 1953 - The Herzog Summer House, Westport CT. Project 424. Status unknown.


Around 1953 - The Goldstein House, Kings Point NY. Project 425. Status unknown.


Around 1953 - The Spero House, Westport CT. Project 426. Status unknown.


Around 1953 - The Studley House, Woodbridge NY. Project 428. Status unknown.


Around 1953 - The Kirstein Alteration, NY. Project 431. Suspended.


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1953 - aka The Nemeny, off Merrick Road, Massapequa Park NY. Part of the Bar Harbor Development by Irving W. Chess and Nathan Siegel. Featured in the New York Times, 8/27/1953. Project architects, Debora Reiser and Richard Henderson. Ultimately, the only Modernist house in the development. Sold. Status unknown.


1953 - The George and Patricia Nemeny House, 144 Arrandale Avenue, Kings Point NY. Featured in the New York Times, 3/11/1951. Sold in 1971 to George and Arlene Hollenberg. Sold in 1999 to Shahryar Baratian.


Around 1953 - The Lee and Mary Robinson Blair House, Great Neck, Kings Point NY. Plus a separate studio building. They both worked for Disney. Featured in Architectural Record Houses of 1957. Project architects Debora Reiser and Jack Freidin; photos by Ben Schnall. Built by Andrew Johnson. Status unknown.


1954 - Addition, Kings Point NY. Original architect, Raymond and Rado. 460 sf. Featured in House and Home, October 1954. Builder, Andrew Johnson. Status unknown.


Around 1954 - The Corey Addition. Project 435. Status unknown.


Around 1954 - The Salzberg Alteration. Project 440. Status unknown.


Around 1954 - The Clemens Alteration. Project 443. Status unknown.


Around 1954 - The Levy Apartment Alteration. Project 444. Status unknown.


Around 1954 - The Jacoff House, Kings Point NY. Project 445. Status unknown.


Around 1954 - The Fredricson Cottage, Sturbridge MA. Project 449. Status unknown.


Around 1954 - The Sternfeld Addition. Project 451. Status unknown.


Around 1954 - The Mark Alteration, Scarsdale NY. Project 452. Status unknown.


Around 1954 - The Morand Alteration, Kings Point NY. Project 453. Status unknown.


Around 1954 - The Givotovsky House, Weston CT. Projects 454 and 464. Status unknown.


Around 1954 - The Holzager House and Doctor's Office. Project 456. Status unknown.


Around 1954 - The Sanders Alteration. Project 458. Status unknown.


Around 1954 - The Hammer Alteration. Project 459. Status unknown.


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1955 - The Berman-Prisant Model House, aka Bayberry House, aka The Woman's Home Companion House, 44 Old Country Road, New Rochelle NY. Developed for Prisant and Berman. Published in Women's Home Companion, and later House and Home October 1955. Won a 1956 House and Home award. Some were built in Westchester County NY. Sold to Elizabeth Jacobs Kaplow. Sold in 1998 to Robert Seitz. Sold in 2010 to Remi and Danielle Ponsonnet.


Around 1955 - The Burrows House, Palm Beach FL. Project 463. Status unknown.


Around 1955 - The Hyman House. Project 465. Status unknown.


1957 - The Lawrence House, Kings Point NY. Status unknown.


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Around 1957 - The Kaufman House, Harrison NY. Featured in House and Garden, January 1957. Landscape design, J. J. Levinson. Status unknown.


Around 1957 - The Shelton House. Project 472. Status unknown.


Around 1957 - The Leeds House. Project 473. Status unknown.


Around 1957 - The Rubens Alteration. Project 475. Status unknown.


1958 - The Michael (Mike) Castello House, Kings Point NY. Featured in Architectural Record, August 1967. Status unknown.


Around Late 1950s - The Sperling House. Project 478. Status unknown.


Around Late 1950s - The Cheevers House and Doctor's Office. Project 479. Status unknown.


Around Late 1950s - The Berman-Prisant Speculative House (Small). Project 481. Status unknown.


Around Late 1950s - The Begovich Alteration. Project 482. Status unknown.


Around Late 1950s - The Covey Addition. Project 483. Status unknown.


Around Late 1950s - The Kramer Additions. Project 484. Status unknown.


Around Late 1950s - The Hill House, Sturbridge MA. Project 485. Status unknown.


Around Late 1950s - The Traum Alteration. Project 489. Status unknown.


Around Late 1950s - The Merin Addition. Project 492. Status unknown.


Around Late 1950s - The Kestenbaum Alteration. Projects 497, 499, and 569. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Seff House. Project 570. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Miller Addition. Project 571. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Quat Addition. Project 572. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Fraser Alteration. Project 574. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Hausman Stable and Addition. Project 576. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Stein Alteration. Project 577. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Kovner Kitchen and Bath. Project 579. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Glass Addition. Project 580. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Levy Interior (and?) Addition. Project 581. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Sherry Kitchen. Project 583. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Demesquita Recreation Room. Project 584. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Broadwater House, Bedford NY. Project 585. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Feder Recreation Room. Project 586. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Roy Rich Speculative House. Project 587. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Dombrowsky Kitchen. Project 588. Status unknown.


Around 1960 - The Zittner Addition. Project 589. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Selig Burrows Pool and Grounds. Project 592A. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Gladys Burrows Interiors. Project 592B. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Kleinsinger Alteration. Project 595. Status unknown.


Early 1960s - The F. Pagliaro Alteration. Project 596. Built. He was in the marble business. Won a marble award.


Around Early 1960s - The Morton Feldman Alteration. Project 597. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Arthur Katz House, Purchase NY. Project 598. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Hausman-Josephsberg Housing Group, Middletown NY. Project 599. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Hammer Alteration. Project 602. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Farber Alteration, Great Neck NY. Project 603. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Marks Addition, Lake Success NY. Project 604. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Lichtman House, Lake Success NY. Project 605. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Boas House, Kings Point NY. Project 606. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Siegelman Alteration, Great Neck NY. Project 608. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Shulte Addition. Project 610. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Ehlson Addition. Project 614. Status unknown.


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1961 - The Marshall P. and Gladys Safir House, 8 Soundview Lane, Kings Point NY. Commissioned 1959. Featured in: Architectural Record, September 1962; Architectural Record Houses of 1963; AIA Journal, May 1963; and won a 1963 national AIA award. Project architects, Debora Reiser and Richard Henderson. Nemeny practically lived at the house with the family during construction. The house was a star in the 1968 movie For Love of Ivy with Sidney Poitier and Abbey Lincoln (bottom photo, with Nemeny). Engineer, Edward S. Klausner; lighting, Edward Simpson; landscape design, J. J. Levinson; interiors, Evelyn Jablow; photos by Ezra Stoller. According to son Peter Safir, the house was incredibly expensive to heat and cool ($1000/month) due to so much single-pane glass. Sold around 1970 to Kalemian. Sold in 1971. Sold around 1980 to David S. and Sondra Mack, still owners as of 2020.


Around Early 1960s - The Petchers Apartments (Alteration?), NYC. Project 620. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Koeppel Alteration. Project 621. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Burton House, South Orange NJ. Project 622. Status unknown.


1960 - The Donald and Ruth Sheff House, Kings Point NY. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Abrams House. Project 625. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Marks Alteration. Project 626. Status unknown.


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1960 - The Ray Favata House, 15 Myrtle Avenue, Dobbs Ferry NY. Project architects, Debora Reiser and Richard Henderson; engineer, Edward Klausner. Featured in Architectural Record, March 1963. Won an AIANY design award. Detached studio added in the late 1960s, architect unknown. Sold in 1997 to Peter and Julia Shaida. Sold in 2016 to Andrea Korra and Thomas Andrews and renovated. Sold in 2021.


Around Early 1960s - The Mitchell Alteration. Project 629. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Henry Porter House, New Rochelle NY. Project 630. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Osrow (House?), Great Neck NY. Project 631. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The G. Luss Alteration, Long Island. Project 633. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Litwack alteration. Project 634. Status unknown.


Around Early 1960s - The Kovner Alteration. Project 637. Not built.

Around Early 1960s - The Leopold Alteration. Project 638. Not built.


Around Early 1960s - The A. Seff House, Long Island NY. Project 639. Suspended.


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1961 - The Mary and Joan Chanwick House, 20 Edgewood Avenue, Hastings-on-Hudson NY. Sold in 2020 to Jason and May Empson.


Around Early 1960s - The L. Seff Alteration. Project 641. Built.


Around Early 1960s - The Schact House, Long Island NY. Project 644. Not built.


Around Early 1960s - The S. Shapiro House, Near Boston MA. Project 648. Status unknown.


1961 - The Blankman Project House. Project 650. Status unknown.


Around Mid-1960s - The Maslow Addition, 15 Locust Cove, Kings Point NY. Project 653. Status unknown.


Around Mid-1960s - The Hammer Alteration. Project 656. Status unknown.


Around Mid-1960s - The Samis Kitchen Alteration. Project 658. Status unknown.


Around Mid-1960s - The Goldstein Cabinet Work. Project 659. Status unknown.


Around Mid-1960s - The Reals Stairs. Project 662. Status unknown.


Around Mid-1960s - The Stern Apartment Alteration. Project 666. Status unknown.


Around Mid-1960s - The Kreisel Alteration. Project 667. Status unknown.


Around Mid-1960s - The Robbins Gazebo. Project 671. Status unknown.


Around Mid-1960s - The Felton Addition. Project 672. Status unknown.


Around Mid-1960s - The Golden Alteration. Project 673. Status unknown.


Around Mid-1960s - The Praver Speculative Houses. Project 682. Status unknown.


1964 - The Bernie Jacobson House, East Hampton NY. He owned a tennis club. Status unknown.


1965 - The Winslow House Renovation, 16 Sunset Road, Kings Point NY. Original house by McKim Mead and White. Sold in 1976.


Around 1965 - The Cavallero Addition, Mt. Kisco NY. Original house was Georgian. Project architects, Debora Reiser and Richard Henderson. Possibly featured in House and Home or Architectural Forum.


Around 1966 - The Bernard and Adele Siegel Renovation, Kings Point NY.


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1967 - The Charles and Jane Prussack House, 883 Keene Lane, Woodmere NY. Featured in House and Garden, August 1968; Architectural Forum, April 1967; NYT Magazine, May 1967. Won an AIA First Honor Award. Project architects, Debora Reiser and Richard Henderson. Sold to Donald and Barbara Gelber. Sold in 2005 to Kenneth Lee. Altered, bottom photo.


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1967 - The Richard Lombard House, 280 Grace Church Street, Rye NY. Featured in Architectural Record Houses of 1967; and House and Home, July 1967. Project architects, Richard Henderson and Debora Reiser; engineer, Edward Klausner; B/W photos by Ezra Stoller; built by Fetzer Atwater; interiors, H. Clifford Burroughs. Sold to Scott and Joan Johnson. Sold in 1994 to Christopher and Laura Baine. Sold in 2011 to Bruno and Emmanuelle Vinciguerra. Sold in 2018 to Diane and Stuart Martin.


Around 1967 - The Michael Costello House, Kings Point NY. Featured in Architectural Record, August 1967. Project architects, Debora Reiser and Richard Henderson; engineer, Edward Klausner; built by William Whaley. Photos by Ezra Stoller. Status unknown.


Around 1967 - The Frank Pagliaro Addition, Mt. Kisco NY. Sold in 1999 to Bernard Selz. Status unknown. Won a Marble Institute of American Award.


Around Mid-1960s - The Schwartz (S. White) Alteration. Project 684. Status unknown.


Around Mid-1960s - The Weinstein Addition. Project 690. Status unknown.


Around Mid-1960s - The Stem Brownstown. Project 698. Status unknown.


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1968 - The William (Billy) and Betsy Bell House, 44 Sterling Lane, Sands Point NY. Port Washington. About 4 acres. 3200sf. Project architects, Debora Reiser, Richard Henderson. Featured in House and Home, November 1968. B/W photos by Ezra Stoller. Sold to Henry and Cathering Wu. For sale in 2022.


1968 - The John and Carol Johnston House, 347 Duck Pond Road, Locust Valley NY. Long Island. Project architects, Debora Reiser and Richard Henderson. Featured in House and Garden, February 1969. Photos by Ezra Stoller.


Around Late 1960s - The Karl Kirschner Project.


Around Late 1960s - The Mt. Hebron Cemetery House. Project 725. Status unknown.


Around Late 1960s - The Elkind Study House. Project 727. Status unknown.


Around Late 1960s - The Medine Addition. Project 728. Status unknown.


Around Late 1960s - The Miller Addition, Usonia - Thornwood NY (?). Project 729. Status unknown.


Around Late 1960s - The Lieber Addition, Mamaroneck NY. Project 734. Status unknown.


Around Late 1960s - The Lawrence House II. Project 735. Status unknown.


Around Late 1960s - The Elkind Alteration. Project 736. Status unknown.


Around Late 1960s - The Mrs. Milton Brechner Cabana, Sands Point, Long Island NY. Project 744. Status unknown.


Around Late 1960s - The Bert Stern Addition. Project 745. Status unknown.


Around Late 1960s - The Prussack Apartment (Alteration?). Project 746. Status unknown.


Around Late 1960s - The Teitelbaum House (?), Great Neck NY. Project 747. Status unknown.


Around Late 1960s - The Bert Stern Summer House. Project 748. Status unknown.


Around Late 1960s - The M. L. Gabriel Alterations, 120 Old Mill Road, Great Neck NY. Project 751. Status unknown.


USModernist

1971 - The Seymour and Lorraine Weinstein House, 11 Blue Sea Lane, Kings Point NY. Commisioned 1968. Published. Still in the Weinstein family as of 2020.


1972 - The Selig S. and Gladys Burrows House, 121 Horse Shoe Road, Mill Neck NY. Street was originally called Serena Horseshoe Road. House was originally 3100 sf, expanded to over 7200. Sold to Albert Panichia. Deeded in 1994 to Josephine Panichia. Sold in 2001 to Karl-Eric Johanson. Sold in 2006 to Samuel and Gail Liss.


1972 - The Howard and Mardi Smith Renovation, 54 East 66th Street, New York NY. Original house built in 1877. Featured in House Beautiful, December 1972. Project architect, Debora Reiser. Bottom photo by Maris/Semel. Renovated, building divided into two units. For sale in 2022.


Around 1970s - The Leslie Pollack House, Chappaqua NY. Project 753. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Jacobson Help's Quarters, East Hampton NY. Project 754. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Robert Schwartz House, Hewlet Neck NY. Project 755. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Prussack Brownstown Remodel, 56 West 88th Street, NYC. Project 756. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Gerald Tsai House, Greenwich CT. Project 758. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Elkind Alteration, Great Neck NY. Project 759. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Weinstein (Harland Association) Alteration. Project 760. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Joseph Struhl Tennis Court, Pool - Terrace, Old Westbury, Long Island NY. Project 766. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Annette Mark Country House. Project 767. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Palm Beach Tennis Apartments, Palm Beach FL. Project 768. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Pratt House, Palm Beach FL. Project 769. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Jacobson Apartment (Alteration?). Project 770. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Handworker House (Lawrence?). Project 772. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Cook House, Saddle River NJ. Project 774. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Nina Simone Interior. Project 775. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Warren Pack Interior, UN Plaza, NYC. Project 777. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Schlager Alteration. Project 780. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Elkind Bath. Project 782. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Hollenberg Alteration to Nemeny House. Project 783. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Hecht Apartment Alteration. Project 784. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Hecht Alteration. Project 785. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Elias Alteration. Project 786. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Elkind Alteration. Project 787. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Ryer Addition. Project 788. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Futterman Addition. Project 789. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Fein Addition. Project 801. Status unknown.


Around 1970s - The Paisner House. Project 802. Status unknown.


Sources include: Architectural Record; Long Island Modernism by Caroline Zaleski; Laurie Estep; Debora Reiser.