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Under Wraps

November-December 2015

Photograph of Smith Campus Center exterior renovation

Photograph by Stu Rosner


Photograph by Stu Rosner

As planning proceeds for the conversion of the former Holyoke Center into the Smith Campus Center, Josep Lluís Sert’s International Style icon, built from 1962 to 1967, gets its half-century exterior toning and face lift—a formidable challenge in the tight confines of Harvard Square. Stage One is the staging itself: here, the Dunster Street scaffolding in the first week of autumn.

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The front hall holds a pint-sized proscenium arch made of glass mosaics

Photograph courtesy of Ayer Mansion

The only surviving residence designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany

The severe-looking, 10-gabled Iron Works House

Photograph courtesy of the National Park Service

The Iron Works House is a national historic site in Saugus, Massachusetts

The Crane Estate’s palatial abode and hillside Casino Complex

Photograph Courtesy of the Trustees

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The front hall holds a pint-sized proscenium arch made of glass mosaics

Photograph courtesy of Ayer Mansion

The only surviving residence designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany

The severe-looking, 10-gabled Iron Works House

Photograph courtesy of the National Park Service

The Iron Works House is a national historic site in Saugus, Massachusetts

The Crane Estate’s palatial abode and hillside Casino Complex

Photograph Courtesy of the Trustees

The Crane Estate in Ipswich Massachusetts