The multi-phased renovation of Meyerson Hall at the University of Pennsylvania seeks to revitalize the spaces used every day by Penn Design to welcome friends, colleagues and collaborators into the activities and spirit of the School of Design. The project consists of a Master Plan outlining a multi-phased renovation extended over several years along with a 12,000 sf addition.
Fundamentally, Meyerson Hall establishes itself as the ‘Center of Design’. In support of this approach, this Master Plan seeks to address the academic objectives by enhancing the quantity, quality and efficiency of the studio space, consolidating the research facilities, introducing designated critique space, and providing a place for informal academic discourse and interaction.
2015 AIA Philadelphia Silver Award - Unbuilt Project