Marshall Meyers (Industrial Design, Alumnus)
The Yale Center for British Art, (1974)
Richard Caspole of the Yale Center for British Art
As a longtime collaborator with Louis Kahn, Meyers helped the renowned architect to fulfill his commitment to the use of natural light for illuminating the galleries of the public museum and research center, which was Kahn’s final project. In recognition of his achievements, Meyers won the National Honor Award of the American Institute of Architects for Excellence in Design in 1978, and the Yale Center for British Art won AIA’s prestigious Twenty-Five Year Award in 2005.