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Landau studied at the University of Virginia and worked with Marcel Breuer and Romaldo Giurgola before moving to Raleigh to teach at the NCSU School of Design. While in Raleigh he designed two synagogues, Temple Beth-Or (below) and Temple Beth Meyer.
In 1988, he moved to Princeton and established Michael Landau Architects.
1975 - The Robin Koury Residence, 1514 Columbine Road, Sanford NC. As of 2012 still owned by the Kourys.
Sources include: Michael Landau.