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Kennedy School of Government
Cambridge, Massachusetts

The Kennedy School of Government’s campus is comprised of several interconnected buildings, each of which is clad in brick to mimic the period of the adjacent historic residential buildings on Harvard’s campus. The interior of these educational and meeting spaces are noted primarily for their architectural contributions through the implementation of atriums and open spaces to showcase the interconnectivity of the programs throughout the complex.

1979
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Architect
Architectural Resources Cambridge
The Architects' Collaborative
Owner
Harvard University