Last year I showed Gallaudet Hall, the main building at the American School for the Deaf. It has become too expensive to maintain for a declining enrollment of deaf students. So, the school built a new, smaller building in front of it. The new building was ready for the start of school and gets good marks from the students. Gallaudet will be demolished next year.
The central glass structure of the new building recalls Gallaudet's cupola, shown below behind the new building. The school is trying to figure out if the cupola can be saved and placed elsewhere on the property.