Interactive images. A conversation with the architect Donald Tellalian

The Armenian Heritage Park on the Rose Kennedy Greenway is a project of the architect Donald Tellalian. The architect has decided to design the park not just as a memorial for the Armenian genocide, but also as place of relax, restoration and a symbol of the immigrant experience, that is at the basis of the history the United States. The architect talks in the interview about the symbols in the park, the process of designing, and the importance that architecture plays in designing vibrant and lively cities open to everybody.

Go through the images and their interactive content in order to discover more about the park and its designer.