Emeritus Professor of Architecture Jandl Dies
Posted January 27, 2004; 12:28 a.m.
Henry Jandl, an emeritus professor of architecture who served on the Princeton faculty for 35 years, died Jan. 3 in Richmond, Va. He was 93.
Jandl, a graduate alumnus of Princeton and a faculty member in the School of Architecture from 1940 to 1975, was a renowned architect who designed numerous private homes and civic buildings, including the borough halls in Princeton and Hightstown. He also designed additions to the Westminster Choir College and Princeton Country Day School.
Jandl was a committed and influential teacher who offered courses in construction and design and architectural materials. A proponent of contemporary design, his work stood out amidst the more conservative architecture in the Princeton area.
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