Henry Cobb, a renowned architect who designed several landmark buildings in Boston and was a founding partner of the Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, died in his Manhattan home March 2 at the age of 93, according to a spokesman for the firm.

After graduating from Phillips Exeter Academy, Harvard College, and the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cobb went on to design several well-known buildings, including Boston’s John Hancock Tower, Harbor Towers, Moakley Courthouse, and One Dalton.

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