Former Brown Office Building becomes multidisciplinary education hub

A HUB IN PROVIDENCE: The former Brown Office Building at 164 Angell St. near Thayer Street in Providence was recently refurbished as a multidisciplinary hub for Brown University, housing five of the university’s entities.
A HUB IN PROVIDENCE: The former Brown Office Building at 164 Angell St. near Thayer Street in Providence was recently refurbished as a multidisciplinary hub for Brown University, housing five of the university’s entities.
164 Angell St., Providence Building owner and tenant: Brown University Architect: Architecture Research Office LET THERE BE LIGHT: The Angell Street building had parts of its façade replaced with full-length windows, allowing natural light to enter some of the offices on the building’s upper floors. Developer/General contractor: Shawmut Design and Construction…

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