Hood, Raymond M.

Raymond M. Hood ( 1881 - 1934)

Raymond M. Hood, born 1881 in Pawtucket, Rhode Island was an American architect who worked in the Art Deco style. He studied at Brown University, MIT, and the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Later he met John Mead Howells, with whom Hood partnered.

Important Buildings:

  • Tribune Tower, Chicago, Illinois
  • American Radiator Building (American Standard Building), New York
  • New York Daily News Building, New York
  • Rockefeller Center, New York,  where Hood was a senior architect on a large design team.
  • McGraw-Hill Building, New York
  • The Masonic Temple (Now the Scranton Cultural Center), Scranton, Pennsylvania