Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Monday, May 23, 2011
Inside the Program in Judaic Studies - Spring 2011 newsletter, an article titled "Major Renovations to Library's Judaica Reading Room" features DSA's recently completed project in Yale University's Sterling Memorial Library. In this story, Nanette Stahl, Judaica Collection Curator states: "In his careful attention to detail, Mr. Sakamoto used the grates that cover the air-conditioning and heating units as a means of beautifying the room. The grates are designed to echo the seven species for within in rabbinic tradition the land of Israel is known." For more images of the project, check out our website!
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Here are a few of the renderings for DSA's most recent design for the Farmington Canal Greenway.
An illuminated interpretive line leads pedestrians through the tunnel between Temple Street and Whitney Avenue
A ramp and stairs connect the greenway to the Park of the Arts
A weathering steel arch announces the entrance to the greenway from Grove Street
For more images of the new design, visit the Farmington Canal Page on our Website.