Stanley Tigerman (born September 20, 1930) is an American architect, theorist and designer.
Tigerman’s architectural achievements include the designs for institutional projects such as The Five Polytechnic Institutes in Bangladesh, The Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie, Illinois, the Illinois Regional Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped in Springfield, Illinois, and POWERHOUSE Energy Museum in Zion, Illinois. Tigerman has designed both mixed use high-rise and low-rise housing throughout the United States, and in Germany and Japan. He has designed exhibition installations for museums in the United States, Portugal and Puerto Rico. He worked in Bangladesh with Louis I Kahn and Muzharul Islam. His broad ranging collaborations include projects such as The Chicago Central Area Plan, 1992 Chicago World’s Fair, and London’s Kings’ Cross and St. Pancras High Density Mixed Use Urban Plan. Tigerman is credited with over 390 projects, and over 175 built works, representing most every building type.