Valeria Stupnitsky Batorewicz

General Information

Occupation: Architect

Date of Birth: May 19, 1936

Date of Death: January 01, 1983

Birth City: Kharkov

Birth Country: Ukraine

Resident City: Seattle

Resident State/Province: Washington

Resident Country: United States

Archive/Repository: Northwest Architectural Archives, University of Minnesota Libraries, Valeria Stupnitsky Batorewicz papers

Sources: Northwest Architectural Archives Online Finding Aid at:


Subject: Housing Systems


Employer: Housing Systems Corporation

Title: President

City: New Haven [?]

Notes: HSC researched, designed, developed and constructed a number of housing prototypes

Employer: Batelle Research Institute

Title: Consulstant


Name: James E. Stageberg, Architect

Project: [various]

City: Minneapolis

State: Minnesota

Country: United States

Name: Val Michelson & Associates, Architects

Project: [various]

City: Minneapolis

Country: United States


No apprenticeships on record


Name: AIA Award for Scholastic Achievement

Notes: Ms. Batorwewicz also received a $10K grant from Yale the same year to study housing systems throughout the US

Name: Fulbright Fellowship

Description: Travel and study in Spain; History of Architecture


Notable Projects

Title: Environ A

Description: Housing system

City: New Haven

State: Connecticut

Country: United States


Institution: University of Caracas

Department: School of Architecture

Institution: University of Minnesota

Department: School of Architecture

Degree: BA Arch

Institution: Yale University

Department: School of Architecture

Degree: MA Environmental Design


Professional Affiliations

Publications By

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