The Long Walk at Trinity College (1878) was designed by the English architect, William Burges. It is comprised of three polychromatic masonry buildings - Seabury and Jarvis Halls and Northam Tower. The buildings are outstanding examples of Collegiate Gothic architecture.
This project was awarded the 2009 Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation Merit Award, 2009 Hartford Preservation Alliance Preservation Award, and 2009 AGC Build New England Award.
Materials: Stone, Terra Cotta, Wood
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