Stanford Toyon Hall

Stanford Toyon Hall

Site Preservation and Enhancement 
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DETAILS

LocationStanford, California, United States
ClientStanford University

Toyon Hall, a significant historic building originally designed by Bakewell and Brown Architects in 1922, is a three-story structure centered around a magnificent formal courtyard with arcades and arches. The purpose of the project was to preserve, maintain and enhance the building and site. SWA scope of work included evaluation of existing site conditions and full landscape architectural services for renovation.

2019-09-04T22:16:40+00:00