The Alcoa Aluminum House in Lincoln, Massachusetts



On Sunday afternoon March 18th, at AD20/21 in the Cyclarama, Boston, MA., FoMA Trustee

Katherine Mierzwa gave a presentation on the history of aluminum, its role in modern architecture and the unique and interesting Lincoln landmark - the Alcoa House.  Designed by Charles M. Goodman for Alcoa Aluminum, it was part of a national demonstration project to advertise the many uses and advantages of building with aluminum.