One of the finest examples of Second Empire architecture in the State of West Virginia.
Location: Morgantown, WV
Lighting Designer: Repco II
Electrical Contractor: West Virginia University
Manufacturer: Philips ColorKinetics
Woodburn Hall, first known as University Hall, is the central and dominating building of Woodburn Circle. It was built between 1874 and 1876, and like its neighbor, the earlier Martin Hall, is in a predominantly red brick Second Empire style building under a mansard roof. It is considered one of the finest examples of Second Empire architecture in the State of West Virginia.
The largest of three collegiate buildings, it is best known and a symbol for the University. Philips ColorKinectics was used to Light the façade of this iconic building, highlighting it’s beautiful architectural features with emphasis on the clock tower.