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Chancellor Green
Princeton University

 

Built in 1873, Chancellor Green Library was Princeton’s first purpose-built library. Designed by William A. Potter in the High Victorian Gothic style, the building features strong geometric forms, rich ornamentation, and a marvelous octagonal rotunda. Working with lighting designers Fisher Marantz Stone, our firm performed significant lighting and electrical upgrades to the rotunda. The challenge was to augment a vibrant multi-purpose program, which includes lectures, dinners, musical performances, and receptions, while maintaining its historic character.

 

 

 

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