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Goldsmith Hall

Goldsmith Hall
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General information
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Country United States
Coordinates

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Design and construction
Architect Paul Philippe Cret
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Goldsmith Hall is a building on the University of Texas at Austin campus, serving as the primary home of the School of Architecture. It was designed by Paul Cret, who also designed the Main Building (aka the Tower), the Union Building, and the Texas Memorial Museum on the same campus.

History

In March 1930, Paul Cret was contracted to become the consulting architect for the University of Texas, followed by a second contract in June 1931 to design ten new buildings.[1]

See also

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References

  1. Holland 2006, p. 133
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