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McKim Building

Guastavino Room

The Guastavino Room is named for its vaulted ceilings, a style designed by Rafael Guastavino, who worked with McKim in the building and structure of the Boston Public Library’s building. The ceiling is the first of its kind by this Spanish architect that left open the exposed tiling as a design aesthetic—the interlocking Guastavino terracotta tiles add a majesty to the room that is carried throughout the McKim Building’s design. The Guastavino Room hosts up 240 standing guests or 180 seated or 150 seated with a dance floor. It’s the perfect room for your next company holiday party, wedding, or reception.

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