Residence of France (Cambridge, MA)

Built in 1917, the large Neo-Colonial building was acquired by the French government in 2007. It is the residence of the French Consul General in Boston. The Residence of France is open to the public for celebrations such as Bastille Day.

This Restoration project concerns installation of nine Zuber scenic panels titled “Scènes de l’Amérique du Nord – Chutes du Niagra” in the residence’s interior.

Project

This Restoration project concerns installation of nine decorative Zuber scenic panels titled “Scènes de l’Amérique du Nord – Chutes du Niagra” in the residence’s interior.

Amount Awarded

$1,045

Grant Sponsor

Boston Chapter

Year

2020