Here’s the spring line-up at the Skyscraper Museum and I couldn’t be more pleased to kick things off with a romp through mid-century architecture, development, and design practices. You can RSVP with the Museum if you know you can come, or you are welcome to just show up on March 7, 6.30 PM – 8.00 PM, at 39 Battery Place.
The New England Mutual, 1939, Cram & Ferguson, anchored the Back Bay insurance district. Trinity Church, 1877, H. H. Richardson, in foreground.
I’ll be doing a book talk at the Skyscraper Museum in New York on Thursday 7th March. Come on down!
Thrilled that the Institute Library will host the New Haven launch of Insuring the City. You are invited!
And I want to thank Jasdeep Bhalla for designing this poster.
Totally digging on this poster produced by Northeastern student Chelsea Brown for my talk at NEU School of Architecture on September 24. You recognize, of course, the staggered aluminum-frame facade of our favorite office tower.
Very happy to have two opportunities in the coming weeks to speak about Insuring the City.
New York chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians
Thursday, October 11, 6.30 pm
New York University Department of Art History
Silver Center, Room 301
100 Washington Square East (entrance on Waverly)
New York City
You are welcome to attend!
Massachusetts Historical Society
Wednesday, October 17, 6.00 pm (reception at 5.30)
1154 Boylston Street
Open to the public!