Building Blocks of Boston Architecture: An Introduction for Beginners

    Mon, Nov 4, 2013

    Times: 5:30 - 7:30 PM

    Venue: BSA Space

    290 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210

    Contact:

    Maria Salvatierra

    msalvatierra@architects.org

    617-391-4039

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    Political and economic forces, together with the natural environment, have shaped the way that Boston's distinctive buildings and architectural patterns have evolved. Keith N. Morgan, professor of Architectural History at Boston University, offers a primer for people new to the city or for anyone wishing to understand Boston's urban fabric from the ground up. Free admission. To attend, email rsvp@architects.org with "Blocks 11/4" in the subject line.

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