Jack Diamond: the architect behind the transformation of The Memorial Hall
The restoration of The Memorial Hall by world-renowned Canadian architect, Jack Diamond, has recently been featured in The Financial Times.
“When the school initially contacted Diamond, it was only seeking his advice. The artistic director, Philip Dukes, had not expected that a leading architect of halls worldwide would be inspired by the challenge. But Diamond was immediately fascinated by its parallels with the now-demolished Fogg Art Museum lecture hall at Harvard University, whose renovations had led to the founding of the science of architectural acoustics, a subject about which he is passionate.”
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