Photograph by Kristina DeMichele/Harvard Magazine.
HBS alumna Betsy Harper develops the first net-zero-energy, Victorian “passive house” in the world.
Photograph by Tom Croke/Alamy stock photo
The renewed community life of a grand Cape Cod estate
Photograph by Jonathan Shaw/Harvard Magazine.
Harvard leveraged construction of its new Science and Engineering Complex to remove harmful chemicals from building-materials supply chains.
From Tishman Speyer's Project Notification Form filing.
Tishman Speyer details the first phase of the “enterprise research campus”—and points to a doubling of the project’s ultimate size.
Solomon Gate in its typical open position
At Houghton and Lamont libraries, a creative new entry into the Yard
Photograph by Aaron Conway/aaconn studio
Stephen Gray pioneers equitable urban design.
Photograph by Steve Dunwell
A new center for engineering and applied sciences—finally
Photograph by Lovely Valentine Photography/Courtesy of Hammond Castle
Gothic surroundings, spiritualism, and science: Hammond Castle Museum’s eclectic appeal