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In their ninth architectural city guide, London-based publisher Blue Crow Media highlights the city of Boston’s Brutalist buildings. The map was produced in collaboration with the principles of the firm over,under Chris Grimley and Mark Pasnik along with Michael Kubo, who together authored the book “Heroic: Concrete Architecture and the New Boston.” The map highlights more than forty examples of Brutalist architecture around the greater-Boston area. Acclaimed works such as the Boston City Hall by Kallmann, McKinnell and Knowles, the Government Service Center by Paul Rudolph, and Madison Park High School by Marcel Breuer are featured in the guide. It also includes the only North American building by Le Corbusier, the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts. The Charlestown Branch Library by Eduardo Catalano and the Josiah Quincy School by The Architects Collaborative are examples of the lesser known works. View more View full description
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