The architecture of this addition to the Duke University Divinity school complements the neo-Gothic architecture of Duke Chapel. The exterior was built using more than 100 tons of stone from Duke Quarry (in NC) and 48 truckloads of Indiana limestone.
The architecture of this addition to the Duke University Divinity school complements the neo-Gothic architecture of Duke Chapel. The exterior was built using more than 100 tons of stone from Duke Quarry (in NC) and 48 truckloads of Indiana limestone. N&O file photo
The architecture of this addition to the Duke University Divinity school complements the neo-Gothic architecture of Duke Chapel. The exterior was built using more than 100 tons of stone from Duke Quarry (in NC) and 48 truckloads of Indiana limestone. N&O file photo

Divinity School should practice what Duke preaches – C.P. Mangel

April 04, 2018 03:42 PM