|Debbie Fry & Beth Browne, eds|
|Pages/Publication Date:||259 / 2013|
|Publisher:||Images Publishing Group|
Founded in 1967, CBT (Childs Bertman Tseckares) strongly believes in creating architecture that is site-appropriate and respectful of tradition, yet designed with the future in mind. Showing the substantial contributions that CBT has made to reshaping contemporary Boston, this book discusses—and depicts in dozens of color photos—such structures as the iconic skyscraper 111 Huntington Avenue, Brown Rudnick's zebra-striped offices, the dignified Cathedral High School, the regal John Adams Courthouse, the Flatiron Buildinginspired Liberty Mutual headquarters, and the Harvard Business School's McArthur Hall. No longer just a local treasure, the burgeoning firm's works and prospective projects in Taiwan, Puerto Rico, and the United Arab Emirates are also shown here.