The GSD remembers Peter M. Coxe MArch ’67 who passed away on Novemeber 5th, 2023 at the age of 82. Peter had an accomplished 40-year career in architecture, including 20 years as the sole proprietor of Peter Coxe Associates until his retirement in 2007. Some of his best known work is in architectural lighting design in the Boston Public Library, Boston’s Custom House Tower, Trinity and Old South Churches, Boston Waterfront Park, the USS Constitution (Charlestown Navy Yard) and Pilgrim Memorial/Plymouth Rock.
Peter’s family will honor him in a Celebration of Life in 2024.
Here you can read more about Peter M. Coxe’s life and legacy.
posted December, 2023
William Ehrlich BArch ’67 was spotlighted by 1stdibs Introspective Magazine’s article “The Multifaceted Life and Career of William Ehrlich.” The Designer Spotlight showcases for his dramatic laser-cut jewelry, which he likens to wearable sculpture. “William Ehrlich’s jewels are not for shy, retiring types. They are big, bold statement pieces, no two exactly alike: a look-at-me rose pin with pink sapphires and gray diamonds for petals and oval hunks of chalcedony for leaves; a wide crocodile-skin cuff decorated with mother-of-pearl, diamond and sapphire pomegranates; a ring dominated by a cabochon ruby the size of a ripe strawberry,” writes Introspective Magazine.
posted December, 2016