Haverford College
Music Department
Haverford College

Currently in design.
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William & Mary
Sadler Center Addition
Williamsburg, VA

The Sadler Center Addition aims to enhance an already vibrant center of campus life through the consolidation of currently dispersed student services functions and the enhancement of the pedestrian character of the campus. Currently in design.
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Duke University
Hollows West Campus Residence Hall
Durham, NC

Duke Hollows Residence Hall provides 750 suite-style beds, organized into individual Houses in the Duke tradition. Each House has a lounge, kitchen, and study room. Hollows extends and reinterprets the collegiate Gothic vocabulary of Duke’s historic West Campus. A continuous brick facade is perforated by large scale portals in the Duke tradition, with a heightened transparency to living rooms and House Commons lounges.
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Boston Symphony Orchestra
Linde Center for Music and Learning
Lenox, MA

The new Tanglewood Learning Institute will be an approximately 40,000 GSF facility constructed to house the new Tanglewood Learning Institute program. Weekend educational programming will include: master classes, open rehearsals, workshops, panel discussions, and presentations that allow participants a behind-the-scenes view of music making -- both deepening existing audience connection to music and to reach out to new audiences. This facility contains key spaces such as: a 3,700 sf multi-use space, two 2,000 sf observation spaces, breakout spaces, and a cafe.

During the week, this facility will serve as a rehearsal and teaching facility for the Tanglewood Music Center. The large multi-use studio with retractable seats in the size of the Ozawa stage and can hold rehearsals for a full orchestra, freeing up Ozawa Hall for other uses. Together with Ozawa Hall, this facility will form the heart of the TMC Campus.

Currently under construction.
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City of Cambridge
King Open/Cambridge Street Upper Schools and Community Complex
Cambridge, MA

The King Open/Cambridge Street Upper Schools and Community Complex serves as a neighborhood anchor on Cambridge Street and reflects the City’s commitment to creating a sustainable and resilient community. The project carefully balances the sense of welcome to all while providing Cambridge’s youngest citizens a safe and inspiring learning environment.

The complex is many things to many people – a school, daycare, public library, pools, school administration, and community center. The branch library and pools are prominently placed to send a strong signal to all to engage in their community resource and claim it as their own. The complex is set in a series of green and open spaces programmed with five playgrounds to accommodate all ages and abilities.

The project sets a new standard for school design and high-performing buildings through the creation of a 21st century learning lab. The project is 100% electric resulting in both a carbon and emissions-free building. The Community Complex is the first Net Zero Emissions and first LEED v4 Platinum school in Massachusetts.

With Arrowstreet

Robert Benson Photography; City of Cambridge District Photographer

2019 U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Best of Massachusetts Award
2020 Congress for New Urbanism, Charter Award
2020 IES Illumination Award Award of Merit for Energy and Environmental Lighting Design - Merit for Energy

Presenting at Greenbuild 2020 International Conference and ExpoLeading By Example: A Net Zero Community Complex
2019 U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Best of Massachusetts Award
2020 Congress For New Urbanism Charter Award
Robert Benson Photography ©
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Babson College
Weissman Foundry: Olin Engineering and Babson Business Collaboration Hub
Wellesley, MA

The Babson Weissman Foundry is a 24-7 experimentation space where students from Babson College and the Olin College of Engineering collaborate together to advance their ideas and develop plans to launch their ventures, with a goal to speed the cycle from ideation to market. This facility opened this fall and includes a large prototyping/makerspace with connections to the outdoors, flexible classroom space, visualization lab, specialized workshops, and a kitchen as social hub. (10,000 s.f.)

Photos by Bruce T Martin Photography and from Babson College
Bruce T Martin Photography
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Brandeis University
Skyline Residence Hall
Waltham, MA

This 164-bed residence hall serves a broad campus planning goal of linking outlying buildings with the heart of campus. A key challenge of sophomore retention on campus provided an opportunity to create an attractive housing type that encourages interaction and community within a broader campus community, while rethinking a traditional double and single bedroom layout. Informal gathering spaces with access to student kitchens meet the needs of many student groups across campus. Through the use of a fully geothermal heating, cooling, and domestic hot water system coupled with a roof top photovoltaic system and a high-performance façade, the building is a highly sustainable living option on campus. (54,000 s.f.)
Bruce T Martin Photography
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Klarman Hall is a 1,000-seat hall designed to provide a flexible convening, presentation and collaboration space at the heart of the historic Harvard Business School campus. Equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual systems, comfortable seating for variable audience sizes from 300 to 600 to 1,000 and excellent acoustics for spoken word, the new building will meet the current and future demands of the school’s numerous conferences, lectures, education and cultural programs and performances. As a centerpiece of the school’s convening infrastructure, Klarman Hall has been designed to extend HBS’s global convening footprint. The project is targeting LEED Gold certification. (74,400 s.f.)
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Noble & Greenough School
Academic Inquiry Center
Dedham, MA

The new Noble and Greenough Academic Inquiry Center (21,000 s.f.) was designed as a new gathering space for the entire school. It is the heart of the academic campus and opens into the campus green. This project unifies the campus like never before while still blending with the woodland landscape, honoring the historic Olmstead campus, and maintaining the pedestrian walkway that facilitates student and faculty movement along one central spine. (4,000 s.f. - Renovation to the Baker Science Center)
Robert Benson Photography
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Noble & Greenough School
Academic Inquiry Center
Dedham, MA

The new Noble and Greenough Academic Inquiry Center (21,000 s.f.) was designed as a new gathering space for the entire school. It is the heart of the academic campus and opens into the campus green. This project unifies the campus like never before while still blending with the woodland landscape, honoring the historic Olmstead campus, and maintaining the pedestrian walkway that facilitates student and faculty movement along one central spine. (4,000 s.f. - Renovation to the Baker Science Center)
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