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BSA Space exhibit charts architectural designer’s trek across Cuba

560 miles

Boston-based architecture firm Shepley Bulfinch and the Boston Society of Architects’ BSA Space have launched an exhibit of photos by Shepley Bulfinch architectural designer Abby Gordon called Road to Revolution: A 30-Day Journey Across Cuba.

The project charts Gordon’s 560-mile trek from Santiago de Cuba to Havana on a memorial fellowship named for Shepley Bulfinch principal Sandy Howe.

The exhibit, which Anna Farrington graphic arts and design arranged, runs through July 23 at BSA Space at 290 Congress Street.

Above and below is a taste, courtesy of Shepley Bulfinch.

Early morning on Santiago de Cuba’s normally bustling Calle Heredia.
Built in 1972 and modernized in 2005, this meteorological station is visible from the top of the 452 steps that lead to the Gran Piedra, or Big Rock, of Santiago de Cuba.
A bartender takes a break at a government-run bar in Habana Vieja, or Old Havana.