Two new academic wings provide classrooms and courtyards with improved daylighting and complement the scale of the area’s Renaissance Revival style architecture.
Ayers Saint Gross transformed Bryan Hall into a premier chemistry research facility for synthetic, instrument-based, nuclear, and radio chemistry.
This pro-bono makeover of Baltimore Design School’s 1950s cafeteria provides students with plenty of food for thought.
Ayers Saint Gross has been working with the Enoch Pratt Free Library on various projects since 1983.
The CMSC Renovation and North Tower Addition transforms an underutilized building in the heart of the clinical core to an interdepartmental research hub.
Designed to support visual and performing arts at Mount St. Mary’s University, the Delaplaine Fine Arts Center hosts performances, concerts, lectures, and exhibits featuring the extraordinary talent of students, faculty, and staff.
Ayers Saint Gross transformed an 1870s house into living quarters at Gallaudet, a private university for the education of the deaf and hard of hearing.
This major expansion of a 1977 campus building is designed to meet Loyola’s goal of increasing science program enrollment.
Integrating historic materials with contemporary detailing, the renovation of this 55-year-old building will create a unique gateway experience where the historic and modern styles of campus intersect.
The Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center is a model of student-centered design.
Ayers Saint Gross improved upon a housing complex at MICA through programming new amenities and designing a welcoming new entrance.