Abstract

Malcolm Cutting grew up in Cleveland Heights and worked at the Cleveland architectural firm of Dalton-Van Dijk-Johnson before becoming the architect in residence at The Cleveland Clinic in 1972, overseeing the development and expansion of the hospital's campus. In this 2006 interview, Cutting discusses his work at the Clinic and the building projects he worked on, most notably the Crile Building. More generally, Cutting shares his memories of Euclid Avenue, describing its past prominence and current challenges. He also talks about some of the urban problems facing Cleveland and offers some solutions.

Creator

Cutting, Malcom (interviewee)

Creator

Gibans, Nina (interviewer)

Project

American Institute of Architects

Date

9-25-2006

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

60 minutes

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