Cincinnati Art Museum
1951 - 2011

C. Glenn Allen

Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Allen, received a B.L.A. from the University of Virginia in 1973 and an M.L.A. from Louisiana State University in 1977. After working for Myrick Newman Dahlberg, he joined The SWA Group where he worked with George Hargreaves on the design of Harlequin Plaza in Greenwood, Colorado.

Allen was one of the original Principals of Hargreaves Associates in San Francisco. He relocated to Cambridge, Massachusetts, New York City, and London to open additional offices as the firm expanded. In 2009, he moved to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to become the head of Graduate Studies at the Louisiana State University School of Landscape Architecture.

Allen served as a visiting juror at universities and lectured worldwide. Significant projects at Hargreaves Associates include the William J. Clinton Presidential Center, Shaw Center for the Arts, Candlestick Point, Cincinnati Art Museum, London 2012 Olympics, Sydney 2000 Olympics, and Parque do Tejo e Trancão in Portugal.

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