in the Public Realm
Sever Hall, Harvard University
Historic Buildings: Educational

Original Architect
Henry Hobson Richardson
  • Constructed, 1880
Landmark Designations
  • National Register of Historic Places
  • National Historic Landmark
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Sever Hall was built with 100,000 bricks and has elaborate brick carvings. The archway was built with unique acoustic properties. If you face the archway and whisper into it, it can be clearly heard on the other side of the archway. It now houses the film program and the Visual and Environmental Studies programs at Harvard.
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Massachusetts Ave & Quincy Street
Cambridge , MA
United States

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