The windows have been installed in the Hodge Hall Undergraduate Center, giving a collegiate feel to the expansion. The panes are solid with adhesive lead strips creating the grid pattern.
Enjoy the view.
|A ladder is framed by one of the tall windows on the 10th Street side of Hodge Hall.|
Outside in the distance, the point of the IU Art Museum is visible.
|From the second floor of the Hodge Hall expansion, looking down into the tiered Commons area.|
The main area will be filled with light from the tall windows.
|New classrooms will also have a lot of natural light.|
|A student walks across the SPEA plaza, framed by windows on the east side of the expansion.|
|The windows have an old college feel to them, reminiscent of windows in older buildings on campus. |
They'll be perfect for viewing IU's beautiful campus in every season.
|Open windows and arches invite students inside the southeast entrance to Hodge Hall.|