Loggia At Clemson
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Today’s photo is of the Loggia design of Johnstone Hall, a unique architectural design of its era.
The Loggia was built as a focal point to the rather unusual architectural style that was incorporated in the design of Johnstone Hall. The Loggia was located at approximately the same location as the old Second Barracks sat for so many years and was built in the 1950’s.
One of the more unusual features in the design of the Loggia, was its ceiling. The honeycomb design is different than any other building at Clemson.
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