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Harvard Museums Reborn

Project Unites Three Art Institutions

Even Renzo Piano knew he needed to save β€œthe sacred oak.” The internationally renowned architect – along with nearly everyone else with a stake in the project to unite three disparate Harvard University art museums under one roof in Cambridge – quickly recognized the intrinsic value of the expansive old oak tree, and ordered it not be cut down.

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