Thomas L. Doremus
Board of Directors
Thomas L. Doremus specializes in computer applications for architecture, space planning, construction, finance and business. He received his Master of Architecture degree from Yale University School of Architecture in 1973, his Bachelor of Arts degree summa cum laude in English Literature from Drew University in 1968, and studied naval architecture and marine engineering at Webb Institute. His book, Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier: An Inclusive View of Modernism, was published in 1985. Another book, From the Colonnade to Disjunctured Space, was published in 1994. He has been Executive Director of The Casement Fund, a 501(c)iii nonprofit offering support to writers, since its founding in 2009.