Ayers Saint Gross planned and designed a residential village of six buildings to replace and consolidate all first-year housing at Emory University.
This 7-acre complex consists of 10 new buildings and multiple water-efficent campus landscapes, including courtyards and active recreational spaces.
Double-height floor lounges and communicating stairs create active and visible hubs for student interaction.
This plan provides a holistic assessment of housing and facilities, including analysis of existing conditions, market demand analysis, and evaluation of existing space.
This project develops a 145-bed prototype residence hall complex with a mix of singles and doubles that serve students of all classes.
Ayers Saint Gross is the master planner and housing designer for three phases of an ideal living-learning environment with 1200 beds.
The Laird Campus project is a 16-acre residence hall precinct that replaced outdated facilities with 1600 new beds, community spaces, and a pedestrian bridge.
Laurel Hall aligns with the guiding principles of the campus master plan and imparts a strong sense of vibrancy, tradition, and community to the residential precinct.
This housing study investigates the feasibility of expanding or redeveloping housing in accordance with master plan goals and growth trends.
This LEED Certified Gold, 148-bed residence hall strengthens community and accommodates growing enrollment.
The renovation of Parrish Hall modernized the interior of this facility that houses residential, administrative, student life, and academic functions.