Boston – The open house held at the Hayden building on Monday, June 4 signaled the beginning of a new chapter in the building’s eccentric history. Renowned architect HH Richardson designed the building in 1875. However the Hayden fell into neglect as Boston’s red light district nick named “the Combat Zone” developed around it. In 1985 a fire damaged its upper floors. In 1993 Historic Boston Incorporated in a similar state of disrepair.Continue Reading New Life for H.H. Richardson’s Hayden Building
About Zach Rochman
Zach is a Senior Art History student at the University of Vermont. His focus is in Contemporary Art and Architecture. After completing the Career Discovery Program at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design last summer, he knew that a career in architecture was for him. Upon graduating in Spring of 2013 he plans on pursuing a masters in architecture.
Zach’s architectural interests are broad, but he is particularly intrigued by sustainable design. He is also interested in examining theories prescribed by famous architects both past and present.
During the school year in Vermont, Zach spends his extra time mentoring for DREAM; one of UVM’s youth mentoring programs. This past year he curated several student art shows. He also enjoys rock climbing and frequenting Burlington’s many coffee shops.