Daily digest: Harvard Divinity School’s Swartz Hall expands, an interim GSAPP dean is named, and more

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Ann Beha Architects renovates and expands Harvard Divinity School’s Swartz Hall

Boston’s Ann Beha Architects (ABA) has completed a thorough restoration and expansion of Swartz Hall (formerly Andover Hall) for Harvard Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The original 1911 Swartz Hall. (Chuck Choi)

Built in 1911 by Allen & Collens, Architects, Swartz Hall is the the Ivy League university’s only Collegiate Gothic building and serves as the heart of Harvard Divinity School’s academic and administrative operations—and, as the school is the only

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