Ayers Saint Gross created a campus plan for Emory University in 1998, and a campus plan update in 2005. Both plans guide the physical development of Emory’s campus over several decades. They address programming, land use, architectural massing, design guidelines and implementation strategies for all campus facilities. Emory University has been transformed from an auto-dominated campus to one that is pedestrian-friendly, green, and unified. This has been accomplished while adding 3.8 million SF of facilities and open spaces.
Atlanta, GA, United States
Phase l: 1998
Phase ll: 2005
SCUP/AIA-CAE Excellence in Planning - Merit Award
AIA Baltimore - Honor Award
Maryland State AIA - Design Award, Honorable Mention