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Topic: Architecture

Brown University leveled 51 buildings in 1950 to clear the way for Wriston Quad.

Columns, Opinions

Wrenn GS: College Hill’s Grim Reaper

March 18, 2021 3 comments

Since January, Brown has sought to exclude five University buildings — the Orwig Music Hall (c. 1850), Grant-Fulton Recital Hall (c. 1845), King House (c. 1895), 137 Waterman St. (c. 1910) and 190 Hope St. (c. 1865) — from a historic district proposed by the Providence Preservation Society.

Interdisciplinary, design-based architecture concentration established

Illustrations, University News

Interdisciplinary, design-based architecture concentration established

March 23, 2016 Comments are Disabled

For students still undecided on a concentration, there is now a new option to consider: architecture.

List Art Center, home of the Department of History of Art and Architecture, will welcome three new professors this semester.

Arts & Culture

HIAA department welcomes three new profs

September 16, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The new faculty members offer diverse perspectives following the department’s external review.

The Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts was designed by the same studio responsible for Lincoln Center in New York City.

Arts & Culture

‘Starchitects’ design cutting-edge buildings

September 9, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Prof. Neumann and students developed an app featuring facts about campus architecture.