Berkshire Museum – Pittsfield, Massachusetts

Isaac Kremer/ November 12, 2017/ architecture, museum, placemaking, plaza, preservation, public art, tactical urbanism/ 0 comments

What we loved…

  • Family friendly
  • Contributes to social and civic life of town and region.
  • Innovation section tells story of successful innovators from region.
  • Actively programmed and used public space in front.
History of site recounted.
Free library provides amenity.
Raised garden beds emphasize importance of local food.
Wally the Stegosaurus.
Seating, bike friendly, and transformer wrap.
Wrought iron detail over main entrance.
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