The Oxford Road project is the new front door for visitors to Emory University.
Ayers Saint Gross planned and designed a residential village of six buildings to replace and consolidate all first-year housing at Emory University.
Ayers Saint Gross has been working with the Enoch Pratt Free Library on various projects since 1983.
This three-story building forges connections among eight academic departments and encourages the public to engage with its programs.
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.
The Art and Design Building provides flexibility to accommodate changes in arts education pedagogy and curriculum.
This renovation and addition provides a home for the music and theater departments with classrooms, studios, rehearsal spaces, and production shops.
This student health and recreation facility provides space for activities and below-grade parking.
This LEED-Platinum School of Public Health is comprised of an auditorium, a wide variety of classroom types, and a seven-story atrium.
These student housing complexes at The George Washington University provide parking, retail, and food service that totals over 550,000 GSF.
This renovation transforms the historic Jesuit residence into a student residence hall to support the long-term goal of housing 90 percent of the campus’ undergraduate population.