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Dean , educator , Architectural firm executive

Fred Koetter, American architectural firm executive, educator, dean. Registered Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Florida; certified National Council Architectural Registration Boards. Henry S. Churchill American Institute of Architects Travelling fellow, 1976.

Background

Koetter, Fred was born on April 12, 1938 in Montana, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University Oregon, 1962. Master of Architecture, Cornell University, 1966.

Career

Founding principal Koetter, Kim and Associates, Boston, Koetter, Kim and Associates International Ltd., London, 1988. Dean School Architect Yale University, New Haven. Professor architect Graduate School Design Harvard University, since 1978.

Instructor Cornell University, University Kentucky.

Achievements

  • Registered Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Florida. Certified National Council Architectural Registration Boards.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Codex Corporation World Headquarters, Canton, Massachusetts, Scottish Equitable Headquarters, Edinburgh, Wilson College Dormitories, Princeton University, B-3 Office Building Canary Wharf, London, Clark and Richards buildings University Park, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Miller Park Plz., Chattanooga, Blackwall Peninsula, London, Port Greenwich. London, other United States and London projects.

      Author: (with Colin Rowe) Collage City, 1979. Contributor articles to professional journals.