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Photo Essay: Lowenstein’s New Look

The sixth floor of the Lowenstein Center at Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus has recently undergone renovations by the architectural firm HLW International.

Cushy benches, niche hideaways, high stools, and comfy chairs now populate hallways that were once just drab byways to elevator banks or bathrooms. Natural light pours into the hall from classroom windows inserted where walls once stood.

Students seem to have taken to the new spaces, some chatting at cafe tables, a few quietly studying in nooks, and one comfortably catching a nap.



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