Campus Master Plan--Design Professionals
Campus Master Plan Team
The Strategic Plan for Trinity
College, approved by the board of trustees in 1993, called for continued
emphasis on excellence in the liberal arts by creating a nurturing, diverse,
and responsible residential community and by imbuing the College's
curricular, residential, and institutional essence with a distinct and
invigorated urban character. The three above-named firms, selected
through an exhaustive search process, offered the necessary experience and
vision to formulate a campus master plan meeting the criteria outlined in
the strategic plan. As then-president Evan Dobelle noted in announcing
their selection in 1997, they were "eminently qualified to work with Trinity
-- in our urban context -- to ensure our campus plan addresses the objective
of better integrating the College with the physical and social fabric of our
The project team:
BOHLIN CYWINSKI JACKSON
125 South Ninth Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107-5162
Trinity Master Plan Project: Admissions and Career Services Center; Art History Galleries
The work of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson is distinguished by an extraordinary aesthetic, a commitment of particularity of place and user, and a quiet rigor which is both intellectual and technical. Current academic projects of the firm include a building for the Social Sciences at Princeton University, a new building for the School of Dental Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Oceanography and Fisheries Laboratories at the University of Washington, and a Natural Sciences Laboratory at the University of California, San Diego. Other projects include the residence of Bill and Melinda Gates, a new Headquarters for Picture Animation Studios, a new pavilion to house the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, and a new City Hall for Seattle, Washington.
The project team for the Admissions and Career Services Center
and Art History Galleries Projects:
Trinity Master Plan Project
KPMBs international practice includes recently awarded national design competition for the new Canadian Embassy in Berlin; the new Goodman Theater in Chicago; the advertising offices Ammirati Puris Lintas New York; and numerous projects in Toronto including the Hummingbird Centre for the Performing Arts; the home of the National Ballet of Canada; and the new Munk Centre for International Studies at the University of Toronto. The firms work in academic and cultural projects is extensive, including the internationally acclaimed Joseph S. Stauffer Library at Queens University in Kingston, Ontario, and Woodsworth College, University of Toronto.
Project team for the library renovation and expansion:
Over the past twenty-five years Leers Weinzapfel Associates has pioneered a distinguished practice that combines a rigorous exploration of design ideas with pragmatic, thoughtful solutions to the realities of program, site, budget, and schedule. The firm's designs reflect a consistent desire for simplicity and strength, order and harmony, and integrity of construction and detail, with each building precisely suited to its use and firmly rooted in its particular community context. Current academic projects include the new Center for Enrollment Services at the University of Cincinnati, a chiller plant and baseball field for the University of Pennsylvania, and the master plan and renovation of the MIT School of Architecture and Planning. Other recent projects include the U.S. District Courthouse in Orlando, Florida, the Youth Development Center/Boys & Girls Club in Boston, and the Fenton Judicial Center in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
The project team for the cultural houses:
William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc., in Boston, formed in 1983, has completed a large number of projects, ranging from complex urban buildings to college campuses, and from performing arts facilities to affordable housing. In the past eleven years, William Rawn Associates has won twenty-seven city, state, and regional AIA Awards, including four awards from the American Institute of Architects in four consecutive years. The firms projects include Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, the Rochester Public Library, Celebration School in Disney's new town of Celebration, Florida, and campus housing at Bates, Bowdoin, and Dartmouth colleges. Current projects in design include a series of new residence halls at the University of Cincinnati, new residence halls and master planning at Northeastern University, a new theater and dance facility at Williams College, and a concert hall for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in Montgomery County, Maryland.
The project team for The Summit Residence
Halls and Court:
The Firms current institutional projects include the new Campus Center for Smith College in Northampton, MA; the Museum of the Earth for the Paleontological Research Institute in Ithaca, NY; and the additions and renovations for Columbia Universitys Graduate School of Business.
Recently completed award-winning projects include The Womens Memorial and Education Center at the Arlington National Cemetery, winner of a national competition and two American Institute of Architects Awards. The Olympia Fields Park and Community Center, a 20-acre park and community center in Illinois, was also the winner of an international competition and an AIA Design Award.
The firms work has been published internationally and widely exhibited. The forthcoming Triennial 2000 Exhibit at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum will showcase several Weiss/Manfredi projects. Their work has also been published in numerous magazines including Architecture, I.D., The Architectural Review, Architectural Record, and LArca. A monograph on their work was published by Princeton Architectural Press in the spring of 2000.
The project team for the Austin Arts Center:
Landscape Master Planner
Quennell Rothschild presently is also the campus landscape architect for Princeton University; was previously the campus master planner for Colgate University and Sarah Lawrence College; and has performed campus design work for Columbia University and City College (New York). The firm led a fourteen-member multi-disciplinary team in a major design of Hudson River Park, a 4.5-mile-long, 550-acre park along Manhattan's west side.
The project team :
Lighting consultant to Quennell