Brown renames historic hall following $24M donated gift, $18M renovation

WELCOMING SIGHT: The main entrance of Brown University’s Friedman Hall was changed to having both a curved walkway, which replaces the old stone steps, and a new engraved name. The building was formerly known as Wilson Hall.
WELCOMING SIGHT: The main entrance of Brown University’s Friedman Hall was changed to having both a curved walkway, which replaces the old stone steps, and a new engraved name. The building was formerly known as Wilson Hall.
Owner: Brown University Construction manager: Shawmut Design and Construction Architect and interior designer: Anmahian Winton Architects Landscape architect: Reed Hilderbrand LLC Landscape Architecture Cost: $18 million ROOM UPGRADE: As part of the hall’s refurbishment, the classrooms were reconfigured. Instead of having 19 small classrooms, Friedman Hall now has seven classrooms with…

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