Been neglectful of my Tumblr. If you want more architecture photos daily, follow me on Instagram. Here are some from my Boston Modern perambulations: Paul Rudolph’s addition to the First Church in Boston, 1867 + 1972.
Phillips Exeter Academy Class of 1945 Library, Louis Kahn (1971).
On Saturday, I got to see The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge for myself. Last chance to visit this year on the second Saturday in October.
My way of telling you I’m having a lot of fun exploring Cambridge and Boston, and that I have embraced the PicFrame app on Instagram.
Top to bottom: Renzo Piano addition to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum; hashtag project #ivyoftheivyleague; treasures from Special Collections at the Frances Loeb Library; 9 Ash Street, the house PJ built for himself when he was a student at Harvard; Le Corbusier’s Carpenter Center.
See that Philip Johnson house? Eventually I will get inside.
I took a walk through Mount Auburn Cemetery on Monday, and instead of looking for famous graves, I kept noticing the unusual type.
The ever-sublime MIT Chapel by Eero Saarinen. Sculpture by Harry Bertoia.