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Celebration Teaching Academy and K-12 School
Celebration, FL

A K-12 public school and teaching academy was commissioned by the Walt Disney Development Company. Informed by a set of educational reform qualities, the school is a key part of the development of Disney’s Celebration Town. The 36-acre campus, serving 1,200 students each year, is located on the commons in the heart of the new town. Schenkel Schultz Architecture and KBJ Architects are the Associated Architects.
Photography: © Peter Aaron / Esto
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Stanford University
Graduate School of Business Master Plan & Classroom Buildings
Stanford, CA

A Master Plan and Conceptual Design for a new Graduate School of Business campus at Stanford University on a 9.7 acre site in the middle of the Stanford campus contemplates 430,000 s.f. in a two phase plan. The Master Plan has created a framework for the development a new educational model that reconsiders the School’s curriculum and transforms its culture and structure. The Plan has generated support in the form of several funding commitments totaling over $100M and the University has now taken steps to begin design of the new campus. The Steinberg Group is the Associate Architect.
Photography: © Dongik Lee; William Rawn Associates
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Wheelock College
Campus Center and Student Residences
Boston, MA

This project is the first major new building for Wheelock College in 40 years. Located along the Riverway, the project provides 108 new student beds, a 250-seat dining facility for the entire campus, and campus center activities such as a lounge, cafe, campus store, multi-purpose room, conference room, mail room and associated offices. These public amenities are grouped on the ground floor, with dining on the second floor and the student residences above. (60,000 s.f.; 108 beds)
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Milton Academy
Schwarz Student Center
Milton, MA

The Schwarz Student Center is a social hub for high school-age students and the staff and faculty of Milton Academy. Located at the heart of Milton’s grounds, the Center brings the physical campus together by seamlessly reconnecting two major pedestrian paths. Clear glass curtain walls allow the activity on campus to be seen and experienced; at night, the building becomes an iconic beacon among Milton’s brick buildings. Leed Certified USGBC. Feingold + Alexander Associates is the Associate Architect. (16,000 s.f.)

2006 Citation for Design, Boston Society of Architects
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Keene State College
Campus Center
Keene, NH

The Campus Center is pivotally located at the intersection of the campus’ major east/west and north/south pedestrian paths. The three-story atrium acts as a gathering place for a variety of building functions; a multi-purpose performance and banquet space, bookstore, post office, trustee meeting room, convention-style meeting rooms, night club, food court, administrative and student offices. (75,000 s.f.)
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Babson College
Reynolds Campus Center
Wellesley, MA

The new campus center is home to student retail ventures, the campus store, sidewalk delis and cafes, student mailroom, international reading room, meeting rooms and student activities offices. A bustling daylight interior street was created parallel to the major campus path bringing the life of the campus into the building. The Campus Center also contains an award-winning 450-seat Theater with wraparound balconies and side loge box seating. (39,000 s.f.)

2001 Merit Award in Architecture, New England Chapter, American Institute of Architects (AIA)
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Tufts University
Sophia Gordon Hall
Medford / Somerville, MA

Working within the University Master Plan developed by this firm, this 126-bed residence hall creates a strong pedestrian path connecting the uphill and downhill campus. The four-story building includes four-bedroom and six-bedroom apartments as well as a small student theatre/performance space. Through integrating a range of solar technologies in the design, the project highlights the university's commitment to sustainable issues. USGBC LEED Gold Certified. (62,000 s.f.; 126 beds)
2008 Honor Award for Housing Design, Boston Society of Architects; 2007 Honor Award, Boston Society of Architects; 2007 Merit Award, New England Chapter, AIA; 2007 Higher Education Facilities Design Award, Boston Society of Architects; 2007 Citation for Sustainable Design, Boston Society of Architects
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Trinity College
Summit Residence Hall and Court
Hartford, CT

The New Summit Residence Halls provide beds for 173 students, combining three resident "houses" around a cohesive quadrangle. The first set of buildings constructed under a new Master Plan, the Complex follows a strategy of filling in missing teeth at the campus edges and strengthening the existing campus pattern of quadrangles (87,000 s.f.; 173 beds).

2001 Honor Award for Design, Boston Society of Architects; 2001 Design Award, Connecticut Chapter, AIA
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Northeastern University
Residence Hall, Classroom Building and Cultural Center
Boston, MA

This mixed-use building includes three major uses: a Residence Hall with 230 beds, a Classroom Building with 7 general-use classrooms and a 270-seat auditorium, and the John D. O'Bryant Center for African-American Studies. It is the sixth and final building that our office has designed for Northeastern University's new West Campus. (141,000 s.f.; 230 beds)
2011 National AIA Housing Award; 2009 Higher Education Facilities Honor Award, Boston Society of Architects; 2008 Award for Housing Design, Boston Society of Architects
Photography: © Alan Karchmer
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Northeastern University
West Campus Residence Halls
Boston, MA

Three New Residence Halls provide Northeastern University with 1050 new undergraduate beds. The buildings organize the Campus' new West Village around a major open green space and strengthen the University's presence along one of Boston's major avenues, directly across from the venerable Museum of Fine Arts. (400,000 s.f.; 1050 beds)

2004 Honor Award in Architecture, American Institute of Architects; 2002 Honor Award for Housing, Boston Society of Architects; 2002 Charter Award, Congress for the New Urbanism 2001 Award for Design, Boston Society of Architects
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