Less than four months ago, a wood-and-metal home on 20 King Place was nothing more than a dream of 64 Yale architecture students.
Yesterday at 5:30 p.m., the Yale School of Architecture dedicated the building as its 2008 first-year building project. The house, designed for occupancy by a low-income, disabled veteran, is the 20th affordable home the architecture school has built for members of the New Haven community, School of Architecture Dean Robert A.M. Stern ARC ’65 said.
“We, as a school, hope to make a positive, cohesive impact on the King Place neighborhood,” Stern said.
Homeward Bound Alex Plana Yale Daily News 9/26/08
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