LIVESTREAM: The Architecture of Colonial America with John McConnell
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Residential house styles include Victorian, Contemporary, Colonial, Split-Level. Ever wonder where they came from? Architectural history reveals some interesting details. Join John McConnell for this historical dive into the architecture of homes during the Colonial period (1607 – 1775), including the English and Continental traditions from which they originated and their significance. John McConnell, an architect and the founding principal of McConnell & Partners Architects Inc. in Winchester, was awarded a B.A. degree in English by Michigan State University, and the master’s in architecture degree from Harvard University. He also serves as adjunct professor of American architectural history at Boston College and lectures at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design. Tune to WinCam Verizon Channel 36 or Comcast Channel 8. Available on our website after the livestream date. Register to receive reminder email. Sponsored by a generous grant from the Cummings Foundation.