M.I.T.’s Makeover for the 21st Century

October 12, 2010

Not so long ago, the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was a hodgepodge of bunkerlike academic buildings, converted World War I-era factories, parking lots and even an occasional Quonset hut. But a 10-year development plan, nearly complete at a cost of $1.4 billion, has set a new mood —  avant-garde — with 10 buildings by architects like Frank GehrySteven Holl and Fumihiko Maki, as well as a revamped streetscape.        

Article Source: New York Times