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Parker Hirtle (b. 1925)

Parker Hirtle      Image Courtesy Parker Hirtle
Parker Hirtle (b.1925) worked in Vermont for only five years, spending one year with Dan Kiley in Charlotte and four years with Freeman French Freeman in Burlington. 

Hirtle was born in LaHave, Nova Scotia, and grew up in Massachusetts. He studied architecture at M.I.T. and became a registered architect while working for Freeman French Freeman. Hirtle then left Vermont and returned to Massachusetts to work for Bolt Beranek and Newman (BBN), an acoustical consulting firm in Boston. 

After the Koile House, the only other complete house he designed was his own home in Lexington, Massachusetts, along with a few small additions for friends over the years.

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Koile House 1957 62 Fairmount Street Burlington Original Yes 
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