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John F. Kennedy Federal Office Building

John F. Kennedy Federal Office Building Review

Looming at the northwest edge of City Hall Plaza, these twin towers are noted structures for architecture aficionados: they were designed by the founder of the Bauhaus movement, Walter Gropius, who taught at Harvard toward the end of his illustrious career. Gropius's house, designed by him in textbook Bauhaus style, is in nearby suburban Lincoln.

Updated: 11-12-2013

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