Sicilian Courtyard Restored

Early photographs of Sicilian Court at Scripps College in Claremont, Calif., show the space serving as a quiet study court, a place for subdued conversations and a cup of tea. And that is how we see the courtyard being used again today–after a modern interlude of 29 years. Sicilian Court, designed by campus landscape architect Edward Huntsman-Trout in 1930, was part of the initial phase of campus construction. The college–now on the National Register of Historic Places–was designed by architect …

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One comment on “Sicilian Courtyard Restored

  1. Scripps College on said:

    Great article! Here’s some more information about Sicilian Court for your readers: http://magazine.scrippscollege.edu/2010-winter/everything-old-is-new-again

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