Greeley Memorial Laboratory

interior photo of Greeley lab common space

Greeley Memorial Laboratory was completed in 1959, and is one of 5 buildings at Yale designed by Paul Rudolf. It is the home of Yale’s School of Forestry and Environmental Sciences. The renovation and refurbishment of the 4800 square foot building done by Christopher Williams Architects included renovation and restoration of the public space and included new elements that were consistent with Rudolf’s Modernist vocabulary.

Christopher Williams Architects