Scaffolding on Hazel and Stanley Hall (HSH)

To the eastern side of the courtyard is Hazel and Stanley Hall. As part of the update to the area, the exterior of the building will be bricked to match the new building. This process involves prep, sandblasting, and then masonry install.
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2 Responses to Scaffolding on Hazel and Stanley Hall (HSH)

  1. Jim says:

    I love that they are ‘bricking’ the exterior of that building. Now only if they did the same for Hoffman Hall and the Law building on Expo!

  2. Mike says:

    I’m ok with bricking these fairly nondescript buildings (the other recent example was the barracks-like organic chemistry wing across from the Tutor Center). But Hoffman especially shouldn’t be bricked IMHO — its a modernist tower by I.M. Pei (or at least his firm). Like it or hate it, it represents a period of campus development history and architectural style, and would look might awkward as a brick skyscraper.

    With regards to HSH, I hope they actually brick the entirety of it, and not just the sides facing the new building!

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