Ayers Saint Gross planned and designed a residential village of six buildings to replace and consolidate all first-year housing at Emory University.
This 12.2-acre brownfield was transformed into a conservation demonstration park, featuring bird and insect habitats, a rec pier and a trail network.
The long-range vision calls for ecologically sensitive education facilities for executives and students.
The Thomas Jefferson Visitor Center provides a gateway to Monticello, an international icon on the World Heritage List of the United Nations.
Reimagined as an ecologically restorative landscape, The National Aquarium’s campus revitalization project sets a precedent for waterfront development in urban sites in the face of sea level rise.
This 189,700 GSF sustainably-designed signature facility includes classrooms, labs, offices, study rooms, library, law clinic, and meeting rooms.
This 800-acre campus is distinguished by its diverse landscapes of grassy marshes, lush woodlands, upland meadows and rows of historic oak trees.
The plan created a transformative framework for growth, including doubling campus square footage while becoming more green and pedestrian-friendly.
UVA replaced 11 facilities built in the 1960s with seven new residence halls and a commons building.
The new I-95 Travel Plazas are designed to respond to the scale and speed of the highway, and each plaza connects to the regional identity.
The Carey Business School inhabits four floors of an office building to provide students with the opportunity to interact with local businesses.