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One newer and more divisive style that has gotten short shrift in these parts is Brutalism, massively sculptural buildings derived from Le Corbusier’s work after World War II. There are a few great examples close by, notably the Yale Art and Architecture Building designed by Paul Rudolph. While I love the fortress-like appearance of béton brut, many have argued that it forsakes everything around it. As tastes inevitably change, though, some Brutalist buildings are having a moment, and creating a new tilt in historic preservation circles.
The International Labor Organization reports there are 40.3 million victims of modern-day slavery, a stat Prince called “astonishing and horrific.” This, she said, has motivated her to help remove slave labor from the supply chain of new construction including at the New Canaan Library.
The need for affordable housing remains strong across Massachusetts. Recent changes in housing and rental markets coupled with inflation have further exacerbated this need.
Located steps away from the historic Guilford town green, The Captain’s Quarters is a beloved 3,825 sq ft family home that was in need of a significant renovation.
The Lost & Found Lab was designed and constructed with sustainable features as an imperative; it sits atop the existing footprint of a former 1947 structure which was carefully deconstructed and elements returned to the market in order to minimize use of landfill.
Join Acton Fire Chief Robert Hart as he gives a tour of the brand new North Acton Fire Station.

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