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ELIZABETHAN CLUB LIBRARY SITE PLAN
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ELIZABETHAN CLUB LIBRARY SUN ROOM
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ELIZABETHAN CLUB LIBRARY GAZEBO
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The Elizabethan Club

Award winning addition and restoration to the landmark Elizabethan Club and Garden

The Elizabethan Club, on the campus of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, possesses an extraordinary collection of original Shakespearean texts and rare manuscripts.  Originally built c. 1810, the building has provided a forum for discussion and deliberation for students as well as teachers for centuries.

The Federal-style building, purchased in 1911 by Yale graduate and philanthropist Alexander Smith Cochran, was in need of extensive restoration and structural rehabilitation. A new wing, which included a sun room, covered deck, and garden court, greatly expanded the reading areas.

Type:  
New addition and historic restoration

Program:
New garden room, new club offices, new gazebo, new fenced-in garden, exterior and interior restoration 

Area:
1,800 sf (building)

Construction Cost:
Withheld upon client request

Project Status:
Completed in 1996

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