The goals of the master plan for Harvard Medical School were to reorganize the campus through strategic reorganizing of space, create better connections, and improve the daily campus experience.
The plan created a transformative framework for growth, including doubling campus square footage while becoming more green and pedestrian-friendly.
Drivers of the 20-year campus master plan include academic discovery, meaningful connections with the community, and incorporating natural elements into the campus aesthetic.
Ayers Saint Gross designed a plan that develops both the undergrad and medical campuses as mature, high-quality urban environments for education, research and patient care.
The College’s goal of becoming one of the pre-eminent art schools is supported by this master plan for increasing cross-disciplinary interaction.
To support the University’s strategic vision, Ayers Saint Gross developed a comprehensive master plan that meets zoning requirements and responds to a new direction under a change in leadership.
To accommodate increasing enrollment from 16,000 to 25,000 students, this plan identifies strategies for growth with responsible use of resources.
With a goal of becoming a leader in research, this master plan builds on the university’s strategic plan for research and interdisciplinary curricula.