SOLD OUT - Modern Architecture and Historic Preservation in Cambridge
The Cambridge Historical Society’s 109th Annual Meeting
At The Hooper-Lee-Nichols House 159 Brattle Street Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
The election of the Society’s governing council, a review of our work in 2013, and a statement of our goals for 2014 will precede the program.
David Fixler is a principal at EYP specializing in working with historic buildings, in particular those of the 20th-century modern movement. He has guided the renovation of landmark facilities, including Alvar Aalto’s Baker House at MIT, Harvard’s Widener Library, and the United Nations Headquarters. A writer and lecturer, Fixler has published his work in a variety of journals, including the recent CHS publication Saving Cambridge.
All available spaces for this event are full.