The oldest continuously operating law school in the United States, Harvard Law is constructing a complex including Wasserstein Hall, an academic center encompassing classrooms and other spaces designed for a modern legal education. Wasserstein Hall helps to anchor a northern gateway into the Harvard community.

Bybee Stone Company provided rustic buff with a shot sawn finish. The stone was mounted on pre-cast concrete in Quebec, then shipped to Cambridge.

Architect: Robert A.M. Stern, Architects, LLP; Pre-caster and Erector: BPDL Inc.
Contractor: Skanska
Cubic Feet: 21,344
Stone: Rustic Buff
Finish: Shotsawn
Completed: 2009