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Dreams in Brick and Mortar: MIT, Alvar Aalto
and the Design of Baker House

Compton Gallery, Building 10
September 30, 1999 to January 28, 2000

Interpreting Aalto: Baker House and MIT
International conference

Kresge Auditorium
October 1-2, 1999
Contact Department of Architecture
for information or to register 617.253.1700
Interpreting Aalto

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President Charles M. Vest cordially invites you to celebrate the restoration of Alvar Aalto’s Baker House!

October 2, 1999
5:30 p.m. Reception & Tours
6:30 p.m. Remarks

For 50 years, this undergraduate residence has been an outstanding example of how thoughtful, creative architecture can enhance students’ social and educational experience. Please join us as we celebrate Baker House and its place in the world of architecture and the life of our community.

This summer MIT completed a $24 million restoration of Baker House, the acclaimed residence hall designed by Finnish architect Alvar Aalto. The restoration, which renews the architect's original vision and brings the structure's systems to current standards, will ensure that the building serves a dynamic student life for the next fifty years.

362 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Please reply by September 15, 1999
by phone 617.253.8200 or by replying on-line
Parking available: Kresge and West Annex lots



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