Rutgers Law School
School of Law, Rutgers University
This law school building houses, lecture halls along with study rooms that blend modern and classic features and, a beautiful atrium study and reading area designed for collaboration. Staff offices faciliatate student engagement with professors. New stacks improve access. The layout of the interior spaces maximizes daylight filtered through brightly colored windows.
If you wanted to communicate that a particular law school was a place of exceptional quality, contemporary relevance, and excitement what better way to make it happen through architecture and design. The breath taking color scrapes of this 1970 renovation and addition, which dramatically tie the exterior to the interior, help to shape a culture of excellence and exceptionalism. This could only have been achieved by a client / design team thinking-outside-the-box process.
Location: Camden, NJ USA
Architect: Ayers Saint Gross
New Construction: 66,800 GSF
Renovation: 98,000 GSF
Cost: $27,000,000 FF&E: $1,200,000