John Carl Warnecke
American architectDied when: 91 years 52 days (1093 months)
Star Sign: Pisces
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).