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Shattuck Associates on the Lawrence University campus. The design repurposes original dining and kitchen spaces for shared group lofts, introducing a new model for residential living to Lawrence University.
Four new lofts each offer a small group housing residential option for student organizations and groups with shared interests.
Looking to maximize housing on campus, the University asked for innovative solutions to these underutilized spaces. Group living opportunities are primarily located in houses close to campus, so this model presented an opportunity to fold group options into an existing residential building with traditional dorm rooms and shared social spaces.
The lofts, while operating independently, are also more directly connected to the social structure of the campus. Colman Hall overlooks historic paper manufacturing buildings along the Fox River, some of which have been turned into housing, and which served as a precedent for introducing the loft typology.
The industrial character of manufacturing lofts unusually deep floor plates and structural idiosyncrasies of the existing building are incorporated into the design.
In addition to the living lofts, the project includes a range of amenities shared with the existing residence hall including a media den, a shared kitchen for communal cooking, built-in lounge seating, study zones, a living room, and a courtyard lounge. The existing courtyard offered unique opportunities for the design.
Program spaces include re-envisioning the existing corridor, adjacent to the courtyard and facing a wooded slope, as a critical part of the social space in the building.
The project provides new lounge seating along the path to encourage informal occupation of that busy hallway. A new stair along that corridor, connecting campus level to the lower level is a significant design element, as well as a new skylight and double-height opening bringing light to the middle of that floor.
The design approach strategically opens up the original building to physically connect interior spaces to each other and also connect it to the surrounding campus. The windows at either side of the building entry, originally clerestory openings, were significantly enlarged and the walls of the entry and lounges were removed in order to form continuous visual connections between inside and outside.
Within the building, we exposed existing concrete columns and ceilings and added materials to juxtapose the raw structure with an updated palette of materials, including new terrazzo flooring, wood flooring, and a rebuilt brick fireplace with integrated seating.
Furniture includes custom communal dining tables made from reclaimed wood from campus buildings and blackened steel for the shared dining room and all the lofts. During construction, we uncovered significant structural damage, due to settlement on the steep slope over the years, which required micro piles to restabilize the foundations.
Gilbane Building Company The client is an employee-owned dairy processing company with over 7, global employees — an understated local company with global reach.
Their business to business customers include major restaurant chains, independent restaurants and retail brands.
Thesquare foot space program includes customer co-creation labs, test kitchens, research labs, a pilot manufacturing plant, corporate offices and amenities for employees. The project consolidates seven physical locations, and is intended to encourage collaboration and foster team driven customer solutions.
The project creates a new south-facing urban square, an addition to a network squares master planned by 19th century planner James Doty. The space routes pedestrians from east to west toward the river and its newly developing riverwalk. The street edge building terminates at the north in a triangular glass tower.
This bend forms a street corner and also announces the building entry. The transparent and recessed ground floor, upper balconies and building massing contribute to rebuilding the city using timeless urban principles.
Regional limestone clads the exterior.
While a reference to historical local buildings, its rainscreen detailing and large scale firmly plant the building in the future. A field of tall ribbon windows is interrupted by carefully placed, large openings that address urban conditions at the corners.
At the corner where the building bends, the plan divides into north and east wings creating small workgroup neighborhoods. This corner is anchored by two solid elements: Stone and wood are balanced by a central open stair, light in both mass and color. These elements, the center of collaborative work and social interactions, rise through the building.
Washed in light, they are identifiable and visible from the street below. In the building wings, work spaces benefit from an atypically narrow building width.
This narrow width coupled with internal offices and low workstations panels ensure daylight for all. On the ground floor customer co-creation spaces and research kitchens front the primary building circulation.
These lively idea incubators open to the common circulation artery and the urban square beyond. Innovation labs overlook the cafeteria from the second floor and benefit from direct north daylight.Institution Log In. Which organisation would you like to log in with?
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