This monumental project included; seventeen separate classrooms and connecting paneled corridors including; stairs, curved seating, radiused desks, in quartered cherry, and custom metal.
In institutional environments, where interiors’ lifecycles of 50 to 100 years tend to be the norm, we build with an eye for durability and history while still paying careful attention to the technical needs of today and tomorrow.
A lecture hall at Aldrich Hall. MRW built the permanent tables for the hall.(C) Lucy Chen Photography
MRW fabricated the wall panels that enhance this space. MRW worked closely with Harvard, Shawmut and Baker Design Group to create a state-of-the-art lecture hall for Harvard.(C) Lucy Chen Photography
A beautiful curved wall enhances this space. The quality and craftsmanship we put in our trim and wall panels will stand the test of time at Harvard.(C) Lucy Chen Photography
(C) Lucy Chen Photography
This grand stair, trim, rail and wall paneling was impeccably renovated by MRW. (C) Lucy Chen Photography