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Duke University
Keohane 4 Residence Hall
Durham, NC

This 150-bed sophomore through senior residence hall immediately adjacent to Duke’s historic gothic West Campus fosters interaction within smaller residential communities. Taking advantage of the campus’ steep topography, each ‘house’ (60 and 90 persons) has their own front door. Near the entry at each house is a two-story House Lounge featuring wide and open stairs to encourage informal gathering and foster connections between floors.

The two-story all glass Multi-Purpose Room - open to all students - activates the quad and the pathway connecting one residential precinct to another. Each house is equipped with a range of unit types, from doubles and singles to suites and duplex suites, to meet the needs of this multi-year community. (75,000 SF, Completed 2012)

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University at Albany, SUNY
Campus Center Expansion
Albany, NY

The Campus Center Expansion re-establishes the prominence of University at Albany’s historic Campus Center by architect Edward Durrell Stone. The East Addition enhances food service operations with a new double height dining room with views to the north, east, and south. The West Addition includes a 400-seat Auditorium, a Multi-Use Rehearsal space, student offices and resource centers. A significant renovation of the existing food service and dining hall also provides a new entrance stair. The project is tracking LEED Gold and Silver certifications. The Associate Architect is Bergmann Associates.

East Addition, opening 2015: 22,000 GSF
West Addition, opening 2016: 57,000 GSF
Renovation: 45,000 GSF

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Stanford University
Hoover Institution Conference Center and Office Building
Stanford, CA

Situated at the base of the iconic Hoover Tower and adjacent to Stanford University’s historic main quad, the Hoover Conference Center and Office Building provides a new home for the public policy research center’s symposia and donor retreats as well as consolidated offices for the institution’s management and operations. The 55,000 square foot building houses a 400 person auditorium and a 440 person dining hall/multi-purpose room with a single-level suite of offices and meeting rooms on the second floor above. A glassy arcade and central pavilion space provide pre-function support for the two main function halls while connecting directly to new outdoor courtyards and the Stanford campus beyond. The project is currently in construction documentation. The Associate Architect is Cody Anderson Wasney Architects of Palo Alto, CA.
Renderings courtesy William Rawn Associates
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Duke University
New Arts Building
Durham, NC

The New Arts Building (72,000 GSF) is an interdisciplinary arts center intended to encourage collaboration among the visual and performing arts and foster innovative cross disciplinary experimentation among the arts and sciences. The project is currently in working documents.
Renderings © Dongik Lee
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Cleveland Clinic
Cancer Building
Cleveland, OH

Bringing together patient treatment programs into one centralized location, the new Cleveland Clinic Cancer Building helps improve the patient experience and increase interaction among caregivers. Located on the Cleveland Clinic’s 168 acre main campus along the East Crile Mall, the project reinforces the Cleveland Clinic Masterplan’s green spine. The 377,000 square foot multidisciplinary Cancer Building includes 126 exam rooms, 98 infusion bays, six linear accelerators, seven procedure rooms, and a Gamma Knife room. The prominent cantilevered glass façade and extensive use of glass on the north and south facades will fill the building with daylight – in patient corridors, in all infusion rooms, at care stations, and in team workrooms. The project opened in March, 2017. The Healthcare Architect is Stantec.
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