Thea Koerner House
6371 Crescent Road
- Thea Koerner House
- Thea Koerner House Addition
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Unique Location Features / Special Usage
- ballroom, Thea's Lounge, Leon's Lounge
History / Points of Interest
Year Erected: 1961
Thea Koerner House, also known as the Graduate Student Centre, was opened in 1961, with an addition in 1971. The building won the Massey Medal for Architecture in 1961. Thea Koerner, the building's namesake, was the wife of Dr. Leon Koerner, an important university philanthropist and the founder of the Alaska Pine Company.