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Pic of the Week: Sunburst Grille

Architectural Grille, John Adams Building, 5th floor, Science and Business Reading Room. Photo by Margaret Clifton, 2011

 

The title of our blog post this week is “Sun Spots this Summer?” so we are highlighting one of the architectural grilles that resembles  a sunburst design. These grilles typically disguise the Adams Building’s ventilation system and are visible throughout the building. This one is a bit hard to spot (no pun intended!), since it is in the back of the Science and Business Reading Room under the marble table upon which our owl sculpture rests.

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