Harold Alfond Hall
This new facility is the landmark building for Maine’s only Catholic college — the first building seen on entering the campus from the main entrance and the anchor of the academic quad at the back.
Located at the highest point on campus, this new academic building sits atop a hill overlooking Sebago Lake.
Its design conforms to the site, with the back of the building set into a gradual slope, facing the quad and the lake. A brick facade with copper cladding on the upper floor gives the building a traditional look that fits the context of the campus.
The building has 30 classrooms, some for seminars, as well as computer labs, 50 faculty offices, and a 150-seat auditorium.
Photography by Blind Dog Photography and David Lamb