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Harvard Law School

Project Overview

Harvard Law School’s student center, Harkness Commons (aka “The Hark”), recently underwent a $12 million transformation, turning a dark and dingy space – referred to as an “aboveground tunnel for the light-allergic” –  into a bright, welcoming place to socialize.

The Law School hired Tsoi/Kobus & Associates, a Cambridge-based architecture firm, to renovate The Hark. Four sets of Forms+Surfaces Stile & Rail Doors in Fused Nickel Silver, Sandstone Finish, were specified for the job, welcoming students into their new student center.

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