Maclaurin Buildings at the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in Boston (USA). It has been designed by the American architect William Welles Bosworth, 1916. What a Beauty! Love the impressive ceiling too. Be Inspired ....
|Maclaurin Buildings by W. Bosworth. Ph. L. Barry Hetherington.|
|Maclaurin Buildings by William Welles Bosworth, 1916|
More about MIT, Boston
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is one of the world's leading universities in engineering and science. The institute was chartered in Boston in 1861 and moved to its current site along the Charles River Basin in 1916. The campus is 168 acres or almost 70 hectare large and contains a large number of architecturally interesting buildings. Over the years, some of the world's best-known architects have contributed buildings across the site, ranging in styles including neoclassical, modernist, brutalist and deconstructivist.
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