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Rowley Hall

Marymount University
A renovation is designed to support active and collaborative learning environments.
Rowley Hall building lounge seating area featuring colorful blue and green furniture and wood paneled...
Arlington, VA
56,000 GSF

Rowley Hall, a dormitory built in the 1960s, underwent a major renovation to bring together departments once scattered across the campus. The project added classrooms, student lounges, a Center for Teaching and Learning, and computer labs to the ground level and lower two floors. Designed with careful attention to furniture selection and appropriate technology, this six-story structure includes class labs, meeting rooms, studies, and tiered lecture halls designed to support active and collaborative learning environments. The result represents Marymount University’s ongoing pedagogical shift from lecture-based instruction to interactive learning.

A before shot of a classroom in Rowley Hall A renovated flat floor classroom with bright green chairs and a floor to ceiling frosted glass...
A before photo of a Rowley Hall lecture hall Rowley Hall Lecture Hall After
A before shot of a Rowley Hall Corridor Hallway with glass walls that line offices and study rooms. Man is seated on a built-in wooden...
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