Category: Keith Morgan

Downtown View: When Should a Building be Landmarked?

North End Waterfront Keith Morgan, College of Arts & Sciences Mayor Walsh wants to illuminate Boston City Hall, which opened in 1969. William Rawn’s redesign of architect Philip Johnson’s 1971 addition to the Boston Public Library is coming to fruition… Expert quote: “City Hall is clearly of landmark quality. It’s the exceptional nature of its […]

Red Brick And Beyond: How Boston Architecture Works & The Truth About City Hall

WGBH News Keith Morgan, College of Arts & Sciences The sensible and world-wise decision of the Walsh administration not to cave in, as Mayor Tom Menino did, to misguided populist demands that the city tear down Kallman and McKinnel’s new City Hall — a building lauded globally as one of the triumphs of Boston architecture […]

The Boston University Castle is an architectural time machine Keith Morgan, College of Arts & Sciences Ever wondered what Tudor England would have been like? Step inside the Boston University Castle and get a peek into the past… Expert quote: “It’s a building that most people would consider a Tudor Revival structure. We know Lindsey had visited a major English country house [called] […]