Square corner towers dominate this three-story hall of rough-faced stone with the entry recessed behind two-story black granite Ionic columns. This unusual design honors a local tradition of building in rough-faced Trinidad sandstone, although such Neoclassical compositions usually call for smooth, polished stone. Rough-faced stone also serves as base and trim on this building, with a roof-top balustrade to emphasize its fierce symmetry.
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