Eero Saarinen, son of the famous architect and sculptor Elien talented Loja Saarinen was born in Finland but U.S. adoption. Is formed at the Academe de la Grande Cheumiere in Paris and at Yale University in New Haven (Connecticut), where he graduated in architecture in 1934. In 1937 he collaborated with Charles Eames, in which avant-garde furniture designs for Knoll International, which soon led him to international success. The search for new technologies in the use of materials, particularly in the molding of fiberglass made his immortal works. Making important architectural projects such as the TWA Terminal Company's John F. Kennedy airport in New York and the Gateway Arch in Saint Louis, Missouri.