Yale renovation holds lessons for Boston

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Loving care for a Brutalist giant: Yale renovation holds lessons for Boston City Hall Robert Campbell Boston Globe November 2, 2008

“Seeing the building again, I’m struck by its success as a social arena. Rudolph understood how to create a world that brings people together. His interior is concentric. Each major floor has a big space in the middle, often two stories high, which is ringed by studios and offices at various levels. These central spaces are the equivalent of a city’s public squares: People emerge from their private quarters to meet and mix as citizens of the school.”

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