Fouihoux, Jacques-Andre

Fouihoux, Jacques-Andre

(1879–1945)
Paris-born American architect who as partner with Raymond Hood designed the McGraw-Hill Building, New York City, in 1932. The partners were partly responsible for the design of Rockefeller Center, New York City; when Hood died, Fouihoux joined Wallace K. Harrison to complete it. He also contributed to the design of the New York World’s Fair in 1939.