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This past weekend, I visited the Cambridge Public Library to admire the beautiful restoration of Van Brunt and Howe’s 1888 handsome Richardsonian Romanesque building executed by Ann Beha Architects, as well as the stunning addition by William Rawn and Associates (both Boston firms). I’ll post photos of the library at a later date, but  I wanted to share a public work of art I found interesting.

The landscape (which is not picture in this post), as I learned later was designed by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates (the firm has offices in Cambridge), but I couldn’t find out who created the work which wraps around the entrance to the garage underneath the library). Do you know who created it? Was it also part of Michael Van Valkenburgh’s design?

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  1. Your blog is very interesting. I love the images you use….Boston is such a pretty city.

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    • Thanks for reading and for subscribing! Great to see that you are also interested in historic preservation.

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  2. Its important

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