Paul Philippe Cret and John Carl Warnecke: Two architects, two Washington legacies

Two architects, with two very different legacies in Washington, D.C., are in the news. French-born classicist Paul Philippe Cret is the subject of a new exhibition at the Museum of the Americas, and John Carl Warnecke, who came to prominence during the Kennedy Administration and built two large office buildings near Lafayette Park, died April 17 at the age of 91.

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