Ed Feiner (1946-2022)
Ed’s love of architecture ran deep. Pressed within the pages of his family album is a picture of him at age 3, constructing skyscrapers out of wooden blocks.
Few architects had as transformative a role on the profession of architecture as Ed Feiner. Those early experiments fashioning buildings out of simple materials ultimately led Ed to reshape the face of Federal Architecture, ushering in a new generation of national landmarks as the Chief Architect of the U.S. General Service Administration where he oversaw the designs for over 140 federal buildings and courthouses.