BUFFALO, N.Y. — A new series on architecture, art, history and more has been created to highlight the work of the Harvard architecture school.
In addition to being a collection of articles, the series features interviews with the architects, designers, historians and more to give fans of architecture an inside look into the life of the school’s architecture.
The series, titled The Architecture of the Ancient World, was created in partnership with the Harvard Architectural Archives, which is dedicated to the preservation of architecture, history, architecture and related works.
“This series will be a unique and rich experience for the many who have visited and been inspired by the architectural heritage of Harvard,” said Matthew McEwan, senior curator of architectural history at the Harvard Archives.
The Harvard series is curated by Mark D. Hahn, professor emeritus of architecture and former director of the School of Architecture and Design.
Hahns master’s thesis, “Hermann Hesse: Architect and Painter of Architecture,” was published in 1999 and is considered a classic of the field.
The archival team will be working on this series through the spring.
For more information on the project and to follow along, visit the Harvard Architecture Archives website.
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