Answered By: Debra Oswald
Last Updated: Dec 10, 2014     Views: 145

The loggia is the upper level of the library. It is the balcony that runs the length of each side of the library. Events like the Sinclair Talks and other lectures are often held in the northwest corner of the loggia.

The word loggia is from Italian, meaning an open balcony.

Here are some pictures of the library loggia:

Lecture in the Loggia


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