Gerhard Michael Kallmann FAIA died on June 19, 2012 at the age of 97. Kallmann won the competition for Boston City Hall in 1962 and was a founding partner of Kallmann McKinnell & Wood Architects.
Through his early writings, published in Architectural Review and Architectural Forum, Kallmann contributed to the awareness of new movements in architecture such as New Brutalism. Through his practice, he was influential in the design of many award-winning buildings, including the House of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences of which he was a fellow. Kallmann retained an active involvement with teaching; he was a well-respected professor at Harvard Graduate School of Design and MIT School of Architecture.
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