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, the new 20,000 sf Linn Hall enhances the STEAM studies of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics through its collaborative spaces. New chemistry and physics labs with separate project and storage spaces, equipped with advance technology, provide more potential for innovation. Tech focused studio spaces allow experimentation in robotics, animation, programming, and three-dimensional printing. Expanded work and conference space for the Horizons Program reinforces the school’s commitment to community service. Coherency and transparency in teaching and learning is manifested in the architectural form of the curved plan of Linn Hall, combining classical architecture of the original campus with contemporary large glass paneled windows and doors that brings natural light and the lush green campus into the learning experience.
|Type||New Science and Math Building|
|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|