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Harvard University – Harvard Divinity School

Historic Ceiling Lights, Pendant Lights, & Lanterns

Project Info

Job Site Cambridge, MA
Architect Sladen Feinstein Integrated Lighting Inc.

Project Description

Completed in 1911 at a cost of $300,000, Andover Hall was designed by Allen and Collens, a firm that focused largely on neo-medieval and ecclesiastical designs, and is the only building at Harvard built in the Collegiate Gothic style of architecture. When it was built, Andover Hall contained a library, lecture and seminar rooms, a chapel, professors’ studies, administrative offices, and dormitory rooms. Today, Andover Hall still contains a chapel and some classrooms, but it also holds many administrative and faculty offices.

Grand Light is restoring numerous historic lighting fixtures including ceiling lights, pendants, and lanterns.

 

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