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Paul Pedini’s home in Lexington, made of steel beams, cables, and concrete from the torn-down Central Artery.
Architecture

The house that the Central Artery built

Big Dig engineer turns highway refuse into a striking home for his family

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / March 26, 2006

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I suppose it had to occur to someone. Why not build a house out of some of the junked material that was once Boston's Central Artery? (Full article: 723 words)

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