Stanford University Archeology Center

Stanford University Archeology Center - Architectural Rehabilitation - ARG

Built between 1890 and 1902, the three original sandstone buildings that make up the Archeology Center at Stanford University were structurally stabilized in the early 2000s. The project is an impressive illustration of ARG’s experience with mixed-used structures; the buildings house teaching, workroom, and lab spaces, as well as office, administration, support, and storage functions.

Photography by David Wakely

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