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Bradfield Hall

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Identification

Bradfield Hall
126395

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
brick
applied masonry
dark red
brutalism

Usages

university vivarium

Facts

  • Bradfield Hall was named for Richard Bradfield, Professor Emeritus, who was head of the Cornell Agronomy Department between 1937-1955.
  • The building houses teaching facilities and advanced research in soils, crop sciences, and genetics.
  • It was designed without windows on the first ten floors since most laboratories are climate controlled.
  • The 11th floor houses Atmospheric Sciences and the Northeast Regional Climate Center.
  • Edward Rosen was the architect in Ulrich Franzen's firm responsible for design.

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Location

Tower Road
14853
Ithaca
New York
U.S.A.

Technical Data

166.00 ft
11
1965
1969
$6,200,000

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