Boston Opera House
The Opera House in Boston was originally built as a Beaux Arts vaudeville theater and became an Opera House in 1978. It is one of the most grand surviving theaters designed by noted theater architect, Thomas Lamb. BCA restored the Opera House's terra cotta facade.
Materials: Terra Cotta
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