Knowlton Hall, Ohio State University: South Facade

Mack Scogin Merrill Elam

Looking west from the courtyard

Below, looking east toward the courtyard. The courtyard is about two-thirds of the way toward the east end. Below, note also the irregular mullions in the span of windows.

The long south side, broken by a full-height, open courtyard

The courtyard also provides access to the interior from the south as well as flooding the interior with light since the entire courtyard is glazed.


Entrances off the courtyard


The far east end of the long south side

A tall loggia, several stories tall, occupies the south corner of the east end.

Go to Knowlton Hall Index.

Work Consulted: Todd Gannon et al. Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Knowlton Hall.[series: Source Books in Architecture]. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2005.

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