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Conference finds disruptive innovation critical to real estate industry

On October 16, 2014, at the second annual Harvard Real Estate Conference “Disruptive Innovation in Real Estate,” seven global real estate industry leaders demonstrated that disruptive innovation in real estate development, building typologies, and finance has been critical to the growth of the real estate industry.

Nov 25, 2014

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Quiet strength: Robert Silman on engineering the Harvard Art Museums

When the doors to the new Harvard Art Museums open this month, Renzo Piano’s dramatic cantilevered glass galleries and tent-like skylight, already partly visible from the street, will be fully revealed. Less visible, but just as dramatic, are the intricate contributions of Robert Silman Associates, the structural engineering firm that worked with Renzo Piano Building Workshop to tame challenging site and design features.

Nov 7, 2014

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A new season for Kirkland Gallery

Hanging quietly from the ceiling and the walls, the fragile paper-art by Ken Chongsuwat and Eri Yamagata is the focus of "Nescient Hues / Meltwater": the first exhibition to kick off this season at the Kirkland Gallery at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. 

Oct 30, 2014

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Anthony Flint Looks Back at the Architect of Tomorrow

To research Modern Man: The Life of Le Corbusier, Architect of Tomorrow, Anthony Flint (LF ’01) haunted the Loeb Library Special Collections for 2 years. The book, to be released on November 4, details the architect's lessons for the urban centers of the 21st century. Flint’s book tour includes several Boston-area appearances in the coming months. More details in the LOEBlog.

Oct 27, 2014

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