This urban residence hall is a keystone of The George Washington University’s development plan.
This new 250-bed residence hall creates two distinctive outdoor spaces for students: an open-lawn quad residence halls and a more informal “backyard” space.
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.
This LEED-Platinum School of Public Health is comprised of an auditorium, a wide variety of classroom types, and a seven-story atrium.
A dynamic urban presence, vertical organization, and sustainable design distinguish this project as one of the most forward-thinking law school facilities in the country.
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, this campus revitalization sets a precedent for waterfront development in urban sites in the face of sea level rise.
A new precinct connects to the historic campus core and creates social gathering spaces adjacent to housing and retail.
This 800-acre campus is distinguished by its diverse landscapes of grassy marshes, lush woodlands, upland meadows and rows of historic oak trees.