The reinvention of Hayden Library, the flagship building of the university library system, creates a more engaging, welcoming, and user-friendly structure for its 1.5 million annual visitors.
The facility consolidates several smaller, outdated dining halls into one central facility that serves as the campus’s geographic and social heart.
The Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center is a model of student-centered design.
The new Integrated Sciences Building is the visible heart of the sciences at the head of the Science Mall. The three-story facility adjoins Williams Hall, a 1960s brutalist building that underwent extensive renovations.
The Moseley Hall renovation redefines STEM education and research for the next generation of students at Bowling Green State University.
Ayers Saint Gross transformed Bryan Hall into a premier chemistry research facility for synthetic, instrument-based, nuclear, and radio chemistry.
Lafayette’s quad area was transformed by reinforcing the pedestrian-oriented nature of the campus and by inserting landscapes which respond to the College’s history and architectural context.
Renovations and additions to the Sojourner Truth Library, originally constructed in 1969, allowed the university to offer the expanded services expected of a 21st century higher education library.
An innovative hybrid building envelope resulted in a modern design aesthetic that is energy efficient, environmentally sustainable, and highly resilient.
This renovation transforms the historic Jesuit residence into a student residence hall to support the long-term goal of housing 90 percent of the campus’ undergraduate population.
This major expansion of a 1977 campus building is designed to meet Loyola’s goal of increasing science program enrollment.