Massachusetts Mid-Century Modern Educational Buildings

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Kresge Auditorium
Cambridge, MA
The Kresge Auditorium was designed by Eero Saarinen and completed in 1955. It was built at the same time as his Kresge Chapel and the buildings are next to each other on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus. The Auditorium's dome-like building is a concrete shell with three glass walls, supported at only three points. For more, see this website. [map]

More Massachusetts:
Amherst College - Robert Frost Library (Amherst)
University of Massachusetts - John Quincy Adams Hall (Amherst)
Madison Park Technical Vocational High School (Boston)
Harvard Graduate School of Education (Cambridge)
Harvard University - Larsen Hall (Cambridge)
Harvard University - Loeb Drama Center (Cambridge)
MIT Baker House Dormitory (Cambridge) [map]
MIT McCormick Hall (Cambridge)
University of Massachusetts - Claire T. Carney Library (North Dartmouth) [map]
University of Massachusetts - Liberal Arts Building (North Dartmouth) [map]
Maria Wesley Chapman Middle School (East Weymouth)
Springfield College - Blake Physical Education Complex (Springfield)
Clark University Goddard Library (Worcester)