Project type: University Building

UTM North Building

This new 210,000 ft2, six-storey facility completes the renaissance of the northern portion of campus and is the new home of humanities and social sciences. For the façade, the architects wanted the appearance of corroded steel without sacrificing the positive properties of a terracotta façade, such as durability, UV and frost resistance. The result is …

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Salem State University Library

Lively and inviting, the library building defines a new quadrangle on the university premises – it is the “academic heart” of the campus and strengthens its identity. The facade design gives the building warmth and luminosity: profiled TERRART Large panels in two shades of red add variety to the extensive outer walls. Architects: Shepley Bulfinch


The three buildings form a clear contrast with the nearby university buildings to create a strong design accent on the campus. With their attractive, curved shape, they seem to melt into each other and exude a distinctly homely character. This can be partly attributed to the ceramic façade design comprising a series of baguettes that …

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Marymount University – Ballston Center

This new-build complex of a nine-storey office block, home to Marymount’s School of Business Administration, and a 12-storey residential and commercial building that includes student apartments harks back to the preceding 1960s building with its rigorously geometric design. Its inviting, attractive look mainly stems from the terracotta façade, with its various natural shades of red …

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Syracuse University Life Sciences

Founded in 1870, the private University of Syracuse has recently been expanded through the addition of a new building to house the Life Sciences, where pure research in the fields of biology and chemistry will be conducted. The complex is the university’s largest construction project. The plain, functional building is five storeys high, and some …

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