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Throwback Thursday - Dyer Brown Designs Original Boston Children's Museum

21 May 2015

In 1978, Dyer Brown was retained as architects for the renovation of a 150,000 sf brick and timber warehouse, built in 1888, on Boston’s Fort Point Channel for use as The Children’s Museum and The Museum of Transportation.

Dyer Brown, as architects for this renovation, received two awards: Best Accessible Boston in 1996 and The Governor’s Award in 1989.


Post authored by Alex E. Dupnik, Project Manager at Dyer Brown Architects in Boston.

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