Anderson Hall remodel sketch, Rice University
Two separate architectural drawings on the same page, showing proposed additions to Anderson Hall, as part of the remodeling of the School of Architecture. The commissioned architect was James Stirling. The drawing on the upper part of the page shows the proposed cloistered walkway by which the building would be linked to Fondren Library, while the drawing below shows a side view, with the proposed additional hall which runs closest to the Inner Loop roadway. At the bottom center of the page is written ‘R.S.A.’, presumably Rice School of Architecture. Original resource is an architectural drawing.
Related Work(s)This image was included in the Rice centennial history book, published with support of the Rice Historical Society. Karen Hess Rogers, Lee Pecht and Alan Harris Bath, "Rice University: One Hundred Years in Pictures"(College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 2012), 136
Citable link to this pagehttps://hdl.handle.net/1911/71210
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