Rendering of Furman Hall

2001 marked the first time NYU collaborated with preservationists, architects, and the Greenwich Village community to complete the building design for the Law School's Furman Hall. The collaborators set out to achieve a design that integrates the new academic building with the surrounding community. Specific elements of the design include preserving the view through the campanile of the historic Judson Hall, the façade of Judson House and Poe House, and the historic look of Thompson Street.

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