As part of the do.co,mo.mo_us Tour Day, tour the much lesserknown state office project at the western edge of Albany. Governor Harriman began this effort in the 1950’s to relieve congestion in the state offices on and around Capitol Hill. 13 midcentury modern buildings were built by a variety of architects and bear the influence of the modern masters.
Co-sponsored by the Society of Architectural Historians, Turpin Bannister Chapter.
$5 HAF & SAH Members | $10 Gen. Public
Space is limited and reservations are required.
Contact Christine at email@example.com or 465-0876, ext. 13.