WILLIAM BREGER, PRATT INSTITUTE 1946 — 1968
EDITor and Design: ORIGINAL COPY
CLIENT: Pratt Institute, School of Architecture
Arriving at Pratt as a Professor of Architecture in 1946, Breger rose to chair the architecture program and establish architecture as an independent school with graduate and undergraduate programs representing all aspects of the built environment.
Breger transformed the study of architecture at Pratt by bringing together his unique vision of aesthetics and philosophy within a rigorous and demanding professional curriculum. He educated and mentored a generation of architecture alumni, many of whom are leaders in their disciplines and credit him with their success.