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    Boston - Day 4

    By Chili Davis
    Jan 1, '07 2:54 PM EST

    We spent this morning walking around the Back Bay for a while, and then we visited the host campuses. It wasn't a well organized tour, as most of the buildings were locked. We did, however, get to see the studio spaces at Northeastern and Wentworth. The studio at Northeastern sits directly under the tracks of the T, so I can imagine it could be dificult to concentrate or to crit at times. he studios were nice, but I'll stick with LTU's...











    Our keynote speaker for today was Theodore C. Landsmark, Ph. D., the recipient of the Whitney M. Young Jr. Award. Dr. Landsmark is a strong advocate of diversity within the architecture profession. We also heard from two groups, one from Notheastern, and one from the B.A.C., about their recent work in New Orleans.

    After the keynote presentation concluded, the 50th Anniversary Beaux Arts Ball began. This year it was held at the Cyclorama. This years theme was dancing through the decades, and we had a wicked good time...



     
    • 4 Comments

    • myriam

      ha ha ha ha, nice stache!

      Jan 1, 07 7:09 pm

      i can hear the cheesy music now...

      Jan 1, 07 7:19 pm
      .dwg

      hey are you guys still in Boston? one place that made such an imression on me was the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. It's kind of in the outskirts, but it's worth the find. Be sure to check it out if you have free time!

      Jan 1, 07 10:50 pm
      vado retro

      you should go by 18 abbey road in brighton. thazz where i used to live back when your stache was just a gleam in your parents eyes...

      Jan 2, 07 4:13 pm

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