Architect wants Bostonians to fall in "love with concrete again"

05/24/2011 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Boston's Harbor Islands National Recreational Area now has a pavilion that serves as a gateway to more than 30 harbor islands, one that invites visitors to "walk to the sea" and ties disparate areas together. Its concrete roof is "as light and fluid as canvas," writes Renée Loth. It's designed by Tim Love of Utile, who wanted area residents and visitors to love concrete again.

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