The fabulous thing about a starchitecture map in a place like Greater Boston is the sheer breadth of options. We can go back to the very first American starchitect, Charles Bulfinch (he of the Massachusetts State House and myriad other downtown Boston landmarks), and all the way forward to living legends such as Renzo Piano (the Isabella Stewart Gardner addition) and Fumihiko Maki (M.I.T.'s Media Lab) with so many more bold-faced names in between, including I.M. Pei, Henry Hobson Richardson, Philip Johnson and Eero Saarinen. Have fun.
· Our Curbed Maps archive [Curbed Boston]
[Photos: Stata Center by Andy Ryan via M.I.T.; Clarendon by Peter Aaron/Esto via Robert A.M. Stern; Gardner museum extension via Dezeen Magazine; Media Lab atrium photo by Andy Ryan via M.I.T.; Kresge Auditorium by Daderot via Wikimedia]