Designed by Machado Silvetti, the 20,000 square foot building features slate shingles, rough stone sculpings and natural-finished wood windows. The spacious, sunny branch has an open layout, a large function room for community events, an art gallery that showcases exhibits by local artists, and outdoor reading courtyards for children and adults, full of trees and seating. In 2006, sculptor Rich Duca contributed tree guards and bicycle racks to the property, adding both beauty and function to the exterior.
Saturday only: 9am-5pm
300 N Harvard St, Allston, 02134
Boston Public Library, Honan-Allston Branch
Architect: Machado Silvetti
617.787.6313 | Wheelchair accessible