A new transparent face to the city forms the College's new primary campus entry. This project, as it breathes new life into an underutilized structure, becomes a vital intersection of art and design on campus and in the city.
The design of this building was an opportunity to take traditional practice and blend it with innovative thinking, and lay out the groundwork for what the future of art and design practice will be for the twenty-first century. That is the heart of MassArt and the focus of this building, and we are all very excited about moving forward as this promise materializes.
Exhibition Hall, 150-seat Lecture Hall, Gallery and Critique Space, Lighting and Sound Studios, Wood Shop, New Fabrication Lab, Two Large Studio Spaces, Product Development Laboratory, Project and Installation Rooms
LEED Silver (pursuing)
Susan T. Rodriguez, Don Weinreich, Joanne Sliker, Charles Brainerd, William Clark, Kori Camacho, Justine Cheng, Nicholas Hunt, Paul Keene, Christina Long, John Majewski, Kenneth Namkung
Richard Barnes, Matthew Melrose/LERA, Peter Vanderwarker, Don Weinreich/Ennead Architects