Harvard Business School Master Plan

Boston, Massachusetts, 1992

As a result of rapid growth and consequent new construction during the 1960s and '70s, the campus of the Harvard Business School suffered increasing conflicts between pedestrian, automobile, and service traffic. The primary objectives of the master plan undertaken during the mid 1980s were to restudy traffic patterns in the area and to enhance the visual perception of the campus as a unified complex of buildings and spaces. The former resulted in a new vehicular entrance to the campus as well as remote loading area distribution for trucks into a series of recently built underground tunnels.

Project Type: Academic