In the town of Merano Alto Adige, in Italy, the mountainous terrain. In cases where the terrain does not allow to build a house- “A typical box, passes to seek the help of designers, architects. Austrian architect Stefan Unger found very interestingbut above all, stylish solution to this problem, he simply twisted the house, skirting the hump!The result was a futuristic structure with a very attractive appearance.
Stephen A. Unger (born May 31, 1946) is a “leading executive recruiter who served as managing partner of the media and entertainment divisions at the three largest executive search firms in the world. From 2004-2005 he wrote a regular weekly column on leadership for the Daily Variety, a trade publication considered to be the “Bible of Show Business.
Son of award-winning film producer, distributor and exhibitor Oliver A. Unger, Stephen Unger was born in New York City, NY, and lived there until age 13 when he and his family moved to Beverly Hills, California. He graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1963. Unger graduated from Syracuse University in 1967 and attended New York University’s Graduate Institute of Film and Television. He then lived and worked in various countries outside the United States over ten years. Unger speaks six languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian, German and Portuguese.
In 1971, he co-founded, built, owned and operated Foster’s Hollywood – Spain’s first American-food/Hollywood-themed restaurants. He and his partners sold the restaurant chain in 1976. As of 2009, Foster’s Hollywood is the 11th largest franchise restaurant chain in Europewith over 140 restaurants in Spain.
Unger served as Associate Producer on the Emmy Award-winning telefeature Verna: USO GIRL, starring Sissy Spacek, William Hurt and Howard Da Silva. Subsequently, Unger held a number of senior corporate positions, including Vice President, International Sales and Acquisitions of Universal Pictures (NBC Universal); Vice President, International Distribution of CBS Theatrical Films (CBS, Inc.); and Senior Vice President, International Sales of Filmways Pictures, Inc. (later absorbed into MGM).