Harvard Graduate Center

Following Copán, Currie worked with Pan American Airways and the United States government to build airports in Nicaragua and Guatemala. During World War II he served with the Allied Forces in Europe.

In 1946 Currie returned to Harvard to teach with Gropius. From 1948 to 1950 Currie joined The Architects Collaborative (TAC), a firm that included Gropius and younger architects, where he worked on the Harvard Graduate Center and the Six Moon Hill housing development.