A few weeks ago I was in Boston for a weekend workshop Michael Muraz and I led. We arrived a day early to do a little scouting and check out the JFK Library since it was a little far from everything to fit into the workshop locations.
Most of our time was spent inside the library/museum photographing the pavilion. The building was designed by I.M. Pei who is, perhaps, best known for designing the pyramids at the Louvre. You can certainly see the same influence and style within this space as well.
By the time we left the museum there was a lot of cloud cover so none of the images I made of the exterior were all that compelling. Next trip to Boston I’ll have to spend more time on the exterior since there are some really great geometric shapes to play with.