John Carl Warnecke : Architect

Creative Commons License
Freebase CC-BY
Source: John Carl Warnecke on Freebase licensed under CC-BY
image information: freebase image

  • John Carl Warnecke (February 24, 1919-April 17, 2010) was an architect based in San Francisco, California, who designed numerous notable monuments and structures in the Modernist, Bauhaus, and other similar styles. He was an early proponent of contextual architecture. Among his more notable buildings and projects are the Hawaii State Capitol building, the John F. Kennedy Eternal Flame memorial gravesite at Arlington National Cemetery, and the master plan for Lafayette Square (which includes his designs for the Howard T. Markey National Courts Building and the New Executive Office Building).
    from Wikipedia - select 'Wikipedia' tab above to read more.
    more buildings by John Carl Warnecke - 4 buildings in database
    • Sovereign Bank Tower image
    • default
    • 33 Thomas Street image
    • Maples Pavilion image

    Building Locations:

    Map centered on your location, pan and zoom to see all buildings. Click on highlighted numbers to zoom in.


    More Sharing Options:

    Add to List:

    add to list:

  • Images of John Carl Warnecke

    Biography / History

    Related Articles

    • Linked YouTube Videos

      Back to Top