Sasaki, in collaboration with the Netherlands-based Mecanoo, worked with the City of Boston to design a municipal office building in Dudley Square. Located in the heart of Roxbury, Dudley Square is a mass transit hub rich with culture and history. Using the past to create the future, the facility preserves and incorporates the facades of the iconic Ferdinand, Curtis, and Waterman buildings—emblems of the square's historic commercial vitality. The 215,000-square-foot structure has become the headquarters of Boston Public Schools, and creates a new model for municipal workers, promoting collaboration and transparency through an open layout. Self guided tours with access to the 1st/2nd and 6th floors. Guided tours led by Sasaki at 10:30AM and 12:30PM on Saturday only.
Saturday: 10am-6pm and Sunday: 10am-6pm
2300 Washington St, 02119
Bruce C. Bolling Building
Architect: Sasaki + Mecanoo