Designed for Miss Hall’s School, an independent girls school in the Berkshires of Massachusetts serving approximately 210 students from fourteen states and over twenty countries, this residential building provides dormitory rooms for thirty students combined with study spaces, indoor and outdoor common areas, and two faculty apartments. Each faculty apartment has its own separate entry and outdoor green space, providing the faculty family more privacy. The common room integrates the warmth of a fireplace with the openness of a double story windowed gathering space. The formal language of the building combines classical New England architecture of the brick building with modern large paneled glass windows to let sunshine and air into living areas.
|Client||Miss Hall's School|
|Architectural Team||David Croteau, Principal-in-charge; Madeleine Le, Project Architect|
|Consultants||Civil Engineer: Foresight Land Services; Landscape Architect: Brown and Sardina; Structural Engineer: LeMessurier Consultants; MEP-FP Engineer: BALA / TMP; Data/Communication: Edvance|