Boston Symphony Hall

This also provided an opportunity to add an aesthetic lighting element via the statuary lighting.

In 2008, as part of ongoing work at Boston Symphony Hall, architect Pamela Hawkes of Ann Beha Architects, suggested reopening the clerestories (they had been closed over during World War II) and replacing the glass so that natural light would once again illuminate the hall during the day.

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