Ayers Saint Gross planned and designed a residential village of six buildings to replace and consolidate all first-year housing at Emory University.
This showcase residence hall creates a new identity for underclass housing on Ringling College of Art and Design’s campus.
This mixed-use student housing facility is the flagship of a multi-pronged investment to revitalize Waterville’s Main Street.
A student commons with a 400-seat dining hall, bookstore, recreation, and retail anchors a new campus precinct.
The facility consolidates several smaller, outdated dining halls into one central facility that serves as the campus’s geographic and social heart.
Double-height floor lounges and communicating stairs create active and visible hubs for student interaction.
After completing Ringling’s master plan, Ayers Saint Gross designed a new residence hall for upperclass students on an important perimeter campus parcel.
Designed to accommodate 3,700 students from the region to provide a co-educational, inter-disciplinary education, the master plan creates an environment that is designed to help students thrive.
A vibrant living-learning environment combines traditional double and single units with outside-the-unit spaces to foster community.
This urban residence hall is a keystone of The George Washington University’s development plan.
This new 250-bed residence hall creates two distinctive outdoor spaces for students: an open-lawn quad residence halls and a more informal “backyard” space.