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Architecture

Falling down

As it faces demolition, Harvard's Otto Hall provides an object lesson in the perils of museum design

Werner Otto Hall (Paul Warchol) Werner Otto Hall is attached to the rear of Harvard's Fogg Art Museum. The 17-year-old building, which houses the Busch Reisinger Museum, is slated for demolition and removal.
By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / June 29, 2008

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You can think of it as a medical detective story, except that the patient is a building, not a person. (Full article: 1420 words)

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