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Key American Property Developments in NH – Architects & Property Photos, USA

post updated Mar 2, 2021

New Hampshire Architecture

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of New Hampshire Buildings, USA. We aim to include NH building projects that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both.

New New Hampshire Building Design

Mar 29, 2016
Hood Museum of Art Building Renovation, Dartmouth College, Hanover
Date built: 1985
Original Building Design: Charles Moore Architect
New Building Design: Billie Tsien and Tod Williams
Hood Museum of Art Building Renovation - New Hampshire Architecture
image courtesy Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects
Hood Museum of Art Building Renovation
Designed in 1985, the Hood Museum, located on Dartmouth’s campus in Hanover, was one of the key works of Charles Moore, whom critic Paul Goldberger called “our age’s greatest architectural enthusiast.” The Tsien-Williams plan would convert the open courtyard into a covered concourse, which they contend would both renovate the structure and add 40 percent more gallery space to the building, while keeping much of Moore’s design intact.

Major New Hampshire Building Designs, alphabetical:

The Currier Museum of Art – Extension, Manchester
Dates built: 2006-08
Design: Ann Beha Architects, Boston
Reopened in early 2008
$21.4m approximate building construction cost
33,000 sqft addition
The original building dates from 1929

Phillips Exeter Academy Library, Exeter
Dates built: 1967-72
Design: Louis Kahn architect
Phillips Exeter Academy Library - New Hampshire Architecture
photo by Rohmer at en.wikipedia
Modern New Hampshire Building
This building has none of the landscape-integrating prairie horizontals of Frank Lloyd Wright’s houses but instead hits you across well-maintained landscape as a massive squat pile of bricks.

Zimmerman House, 223 Heather Street, Manchester
Date built: 1950-51
Design: Frank Llloyd Wright
Zimmerman House Manchester by Frank Llloyd Wright
photo © Adrian Welch
New Hampshire House
The Zimmerman House was built in 1951, the first of two houses in New Hampshire designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (the other is the Toufic H. Kalil House, on the same street – see the next entry). The property is one of a modest number of Wright designs in the northeastern United States. The house was built for Dr. Isadore Zimmerman and his wife Lucille. The house is now owned by the Currier Museum of Art, as the Zimmermans donated the home to the public after their death. The museum provides tours of the building, which is the only legal access to the grounds. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

Toufic H. Kalil House – next door to the Zimmerman House
Date built: 1955
Design: Frank Llloyd Wright
New Hampshire house by Frank Lloyd Wright architect
photograph from Noah Fleischer

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New Hampshire Buildings – Photos of architecture in Keene
Keene Building
image © Adrian Welch

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