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Gregory Ain (March 28, 1908 – January 9, 1988) was an American architect active in the mid-20th century. Working primarily in the Los Angeles area, Ain is best known for bringing elements of modern architecture to lower- and medium-cost housing. He addressed "the common architectural problems of common people".Esther McCoy said "Ain was an idealist who gave the better part of ten years to combatting outmoded planning and building codes, and hoary real estate practices."
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Introduction
Ain was one of Los Angeles' most accomplished Modernist architects. He is best known for his Mar Vista housing project, and was dedicated to creating modern architecture as affordable housing.
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American
Gender
Male
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Artist, Architect
Name
Gregory Ain
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