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Architect

Otto Ernst Reichert-Facilides, German architect. Fulbright scholar Columbia, 1950-1951; recipient awards Spain; recipient awards Germany; recipient awards United States.

Background

Reichert-Facilides, Otto Ernst was born on July 28, 1925 in Gorlitz, Germany. Came to United States, 1957, naturalized, 1960. Son of Walter A. and Margret (Schulz) Reichert-F.

Education

Diploma engineering, Technische Hochschule, Karlsruhe, Germany, 1950. Master in Architecture, Harvard, 1958.

Career

Director city planning department Offenbach on Main, Germany, 1953-1957. Architect, planner Reichert-Facilides Associates, 1957. Instructor city planning and housing Technische Hochschule, Karlsruhe, 1952-1953, School Administration, Frankfurt on Main, Germany, 1954-1955.

Chairman exhibit committee National Conference American Society Planning Officials, 1966. Organizer exhibits World Congress International Federation Town Planning and Housing, Philadelphia, 1968.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals. Works include Academy House, American Academy Music, Philadelphia.

Membership

President, Greater Philadelphia Federation Settlements, 1985-1989. Vice president Lutheran Housing and Development Authority, 1983-1987. Fellow American Institute of Architects (director, vice president Philadelphia chapter).

Member Pennsylvania Society Architects (director), German Society Pennsylvania (secretary).

Connections

Married Nuria Vandellos, May 27, 1955. Children– Mark, Kent, Christopher, Christina.

father:
Walter A. Reichert-F.

mother:
Margret (Schulz) Reichert-F.

spouse:
Nuria Vandellos

child:
Mark Reichert-Facilides

child:
Kent Reichert-Facilides

child:
Christopher Reichert-Facilides

child:
Christina Reichert-Facilides