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They were considered to be the most influential American scenic and lighting designer of the 20th century, more specifically, the post World War II era. In the 1920s, he rejected the idea of Realism and adopted the ideas derived from the New Stage Craft. He was known for pioneering his style of poetic realism. He created influential set designs for the original productions of The Glass Menagerie and A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams and Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller. He also worked alongside the famous director, Elia Kazan. He won the Academy Award for Best Production Design in 1956 and a Tony Award for Best Scenic Design in 1949.)