Morris Hall

Morris Hall

Designed by John S. Norris and built in 1853, the nearly 14,000-square-foot, Italianate brick and stucco structure was originally the private residence of Alexander A. Smets, an erudite French immigrant. The building later housed an extensive private library and artwork collection and in 1883 was purchased by the Harmonie Club. It would serve as one of Savannah’s most prominent social clubs until the 1950s. SCAD acquired the structure in 1990 and began to restore the building’s unique features, including the only freestanding spiral stairway of its kind in Savannah. Morris Hall spans nearly of block in historic downtown, occupying 2 and 4 E. Jones St., and now comprises lecture space, labs and offices for the fashion marketing and management program.

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Morris Hall spans nearly of block in historic downtown and now comprises lecture space, labs and offices for the fashion marketing and management program.