Rosovsky Hall, Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel
Project Title
Rosovsky Hall, Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel
Rosovsky Hall was built as the new home of Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel, providing Jewish educational, cultural, religious, and social opportunities for students and faculty at Harvard University, and a centre for Jewish life in the Cambridge community. The student centre consists mainly of social halls, dining facilities, and a library. The centrepiece of the building is a circular courtyard defined by three vaulted skylit spaces. The major construction materials are brick with precast concrete trim, and have a pewter-colored, shingled roof.

Images on this page: 1 Elevation view; 2 Elevation view; 3 Site plan; 4 Rendering sketch; 5 Elevation sketch

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America

between 1992 and 1994
Completion Date
Client: Harvard University and the Hillel Foundation

Project Type
Safdie Architects
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