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Henry Menzies, AIA

Curriculum Vitae

(This is only a partial list. Contact the architect for more details.)

Henry Hardinge Menzies, AIA was born in Hickory, North Carolina in 1928. He received an AB from the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) in 1948 and thereafter did graduate work at the University of Southern California. He received a B. Arch. from the School of Design at North Carolina State College (Raleigh) in 1958 where he edited The Student Publications of the School of Design. He moved to Boston that same year and worked in the architectural offices of Perry, Shaw, Hepburn and Dean, Architects and John M. Gray, Architect until 1962 when he founded The Architects Group firm. From 1964 he continued in private practice until 1978 when he moved to New York City and formed the partnership of Menzies and LeMieux.

Memberships and Certifications

  • American Institute of Architects
  • Society for Catholic Liturgy
  • NCARB Certificate
  • Architectural registrations in: ME, MA, VT, DC, WI, IN, NY, TX, CT, IL

    Religious Affiliation

    Catholic

Contact

Henry Menzies, AIA
99 Overlook Circle
New Rochelle, NY USA 10804
Tel: 914-235-0198
Fax: 914-235-7805
hmenzies@REMOVEaol.com

Projects (partial list)

  • Chapels in 15 Catholic centers and 3 Marian shrines
  • St. Marie's Church (MA)
  • OMI Seminary (MA)
  • St. John Fisher Seminary (CT)
  • St. Aloysius Church (CT)
  • St. Mary of the Angels renovation in Chicago

Sample Work

Altar view of St. Aloysius after the renovation
Altar view of St. Aloysius after the renovation

Floorplan of the renovated St. Aloysius
Floorplan of the renovated St. Aloysius

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