Robert Mosher- Architect


Architect Robert Mosher died of natural causes on July 26 at his home in La Jolla, California, at the age of 94.

Mosher was San Diego’s last first-generation, post-war modern architect and is most well known for his work as a design consultant for the San Diego-Coronado Bridge. Completed in 1969, the bridge features a curvaceous and sinuous design to accommodate passing Navy ships.

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