THIS OLD HOUSE: Eight of the residential and institutional projects created by Charles Gwathmey and Robert Siegel are spotlighted in an exhibition at Yale School of Architecture. Architectural drawings, sketchbooks, models, photographs and slide shows will be featured in “Gwathmey Siegel: Inspiration and Transformation.” The show, which runs through Jan. 27, coincides with the donation of the firm’s records by Gwathmey’s widow Bette-Ann to Yale’s Library Department of Manuscripts and Archives. After studying under famed architect Louis Kahn at the University of Pennsylvania for a year, he moved to Yale where he studied Paul Rudolph. After setting up shop with Siegel in 1968, the pair complete a myriad of projects during their 40-year practice including The Fogg Museum’s 1991 addition at Harvard University and the Guggenheim Museum’s 1992 renovation in New York.

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