A Monument To Invention

This beautiful plaza honors Northeastern University’s Bernard Marshall Gordon, a prolific high-tech inventor. Cambridge, MA.-based Pressley Associates designer Matt Latimer designed the plaza with a grayscale paving pattern evocative of electron paths around an atom or moon orbits around a planet, inlaid in a red brick pavement. Ergonomic stainless steel benches provide viewing seats for the monument. This is the latest in a series of Northeastern campus landscape improvements designed by Pressley, which replaced many of the campus’ asphalt-paved roads …


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One comment on “A Monument To Invention

  1. Todd Larson, Marketing Director, Pressley Associates Landscape Architects on said:

    This looks great. A great promotion for one of our latest projects. (I took the photo.)

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