Carl Koch (1912-1998) Architect

Carl Koch was an American architect. He works temporarily with Edward D. Stone and with the office of Gropius and Breuer. Together with Eward Stone, he won the first prize for a competition of the Pittsburgh Glass Manufactory in 1939.

Main achievements
Group of 8 houses on Snake Hill in Belmont, Massachusetts (1940-1942). The houses were integrated in a special way in the landscape.
Acorn House (1948).
Staff accommodation for the US Embassy in Belgrade (1956).
The houses Techcrete Academy (1962).
Eliot House at Mount Holyoke College (1962).
Lewis Wharf Condominiums (1972-1973), residential renovation of a Boston Waterfront granite warehouse that was built in 1840 on the site of Paul Revere's silversmith shop and John Hancock's warehouses.

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