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November 2 @ 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
AIA-NJ 2023 Design Competition Winners
BUILT INSTALLATION SCULPTURE OR FURNITURE PIECE
Joshua Zinder Architecture + Design, LLC
Rutgers University, Student Projects Studio
The S/L/A/M Collaborative in Collaboration with Clarke Caton Hintz
Proctor Hall, One Stop Student Services Center
Ding Music Hall
ARC/ Architectural Resources Cambridge
Brigantine Marina Paddle Club
Chatham Passive Homestead
Mowery Marsh Architects
Columbus Maxwell Townhouses
Jeff Jordan Architects
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Thursday, November 2, 2023
5:00 pm– 6:00 pm Princeton University Tour
6:30pm – 8:30pm Reception & Lecture at Nassau Inn
2 LUs for Tour and Lecture
1 LU for Lecture Only
TOUR: This walking tour will focus on the exterior of the buildings and will be led by representatives from TenBerke and Princeton University’s Office of Capital Projects. Each tour group will discuss the siting, massing, materiality, and environmental stewardship of Yeh College and New College West. The tour groups will also visit one or two interior spaces including the shared dining.
New Residential Colleges Built for Community – Princeton University
Presented by Maintland Jones, TenBerke Architects
How can notions of scale and materiality on a historic campus be negotiated with contemporary design? How can relationships between indoors and outdoors be configured? Maitland Jones and his team at TenBerke asked these questions with their ambitious design for Princeton University’s two newest residential colleges. As a component of campus-wide growth strategies and part of Princeton’s residential college tradition, the new colleges give architectural expression to the ongoing commitment to inclusion and belonging. TenBerke’s design creates a dialogue between architecture and landscape that builds community and is sensitive to traditional campus space-making. Mait will discuss how his team created a richness of experiences and a sense of inclusivity for students by implementing skillful siting, massing, and universal access.
Design and Service Award Winners will be announced at the completion of the Lecture.