Friday, May 20, 2016

Harvard Graduate School of Design: The Trays

The Graduate School of Design’s tiered, open spaces fire the imagination.
Before Gund Hall was built in 1972, the Harvard Graduate School of Design was scattered across five separate buildings. Architect John Andrews M.Arch. ’58 brought the school together under one roof. At the heart of the new construction was “the trays,” an enormous multi-tiered studio space.


Find inspiration in their light-filled, tray-inspired spaces here:

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