• ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Size: 88,000 SF
    Budget: $27M
    Location: Greensboro, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Situated along the southern edge of the "Aggie Village" quad and Bluford Circle, the New Academic Classroom Building provides much needed lecture and classroom space for the university. The 88,000 sf, $27M multipurpose facility is conceptually designed as a Campus Hub, funneling students from multiple directions through a central terraced three-story atrium space, creating an energetic area where students can socialize and mingle.  Multiple lounge spaces are situated throughout the floor to allow for focused conversation and study, and provide views to the outside quad and campus activity through large expanses of perimeter glass. Outdoor areas are carved into the footprint and further welcome and direct people through the building.

    The architectural language and color of the building takes its cues from the agricultural history and geology of the region. The building, thought of as a metaphoric geode, provides the most dynamic and active areas within the center of the building, while the exterior patterning of the metal panels is reminiscent of the rhythmic rows of crops found throughout the Piedmont of North Carolina. 

    Programmed spaces within the building include a full lecture hall, three 128-seat classrooms, five 70-seat classrooms, three 48-seat classrooms, two computer classrooms, and two distance learning classrooms. A variety of disciplines and teaching types can be accommodated within this innovative, flexible multiuse classroom building. The internal atrium also provides a large event space that can be used for job fairs, receptions, or other university events.
    (Through previous association with The Freelon Group. Victor Vines- PIC, Adam Brakenbury- Designer/PA)

    Greensboro, NC

  • ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Size: 88,000 SF
    Budget: $27M
    Location: Greensboro, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Situated along the southern edge of the "Aggie Village" quad and Bluford Circle, the New Academic Classroom Building provides much needed lecture and classroom space for the university. The 88,000 sf, $27M multipurpose facility is conceptually designed as a Campus Hub, funneling students from multiple directions through a central terraced three-story atrium space, creating an energetic area where students can socialize and mingle.  Multiple lounge spaces are situated throughout the floor to allow for focused conversation and study, and provide views to the outside quad and campus activity through large expanses of perimeter glass. Outdoor areas are carved into the footprint and further welcome and direct people through the building.

    The architectural language and color of the building takes its cues from the agricultural history and geology of the region. The building, thought of as a metaphoric geode, provides the most dynamic and active areas within the center of the building, while the exterior patterning of the metal panels is reminiscent of the rhythmic rows of crops found throughout the Piedmont of North Carolina. 

    Programmed spaces within the building include a full lecture hall, three 128-seat classrooms, five 70-seat classrooms, three 48-seat classrooms, two computer classrooms, and two distance learning classrooms. A variety of disciplines and teaching types can be accommodated within this innovative, flexible multiuse classroom building. The internal atrium also provides a large event space that can be used for job fairs, receptions, or other university events.
    (Through previous association with The Freelon Group. Victor Vines- PIC, Adam Brakenbury- Designer/PA)

    Greensboro, NC

  • ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Size: 88,000 SF
    Budget: $27M
    Location: Greensboro, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Situated along the southern edge of the "Aggie Village" quad and Bluford Circle, the New Academic Classroom Building provides much needed lecture and classroom space for the university. The 88,000 sf, $27M multipurpose facility is conceptually designed as a Campus Hub, funneling students from multiple directions through a central terraced three-story atrium space, creating an energetic area where students can socialize and mingle.  Multiple lounge spaces are situated throughout the floor to allow for focused conversation and study, and provide views to the outside quad and campus activity through large expanses of perimeter glass. Outdoor areas are carved into the footprint and further welcome and direct people through the building.

    The architectural language and color of the building takes its cues from the agricultural history and geology of the region. The building, thought of as a metaphoric geode, provides the most dynamic and active areas within the center of the building, while the exterior patterning of the metal panels is reminiscent of the rhythmic rows of crops found throughout the Piedmont of North Carolina. 

    Programmed spaces within the building include a full lecture hall, three 128-seat classrooms, five 70-seat classrooms, three 48-seat classrooms, two computer classrooms, and two distance learning classrooms. A variety of disciplines and teaching types can be accommodated within this innovative, flexible multiuse classroom building. The internal atrium also provides a large event space that can be used for job fairs, receptions, or other university events.
    (Through previous association with The Freelon Group. Victor Vines- PIC, Adam Brakenbury- Designer/PA)

    Greensboro, NC

  • ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Size: 88,000 SF
    Budget: $27M
    Location: Greensboro, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Situated along the southern edge of the "Aggie Village" quad and Bluford Circle, the New Academic Classroom Building provides much needed lecture and classroom space for the university. The 88,000 sf, $27M multipurpose facility is conceptually designed as a Campus Hub, funneling students from multiple directions through a central terraced three-story atrium space, creating an energetic area where students can socialize and mingle.  Multiple lounge spaces are situated throughout the floor to allow for focused conversation and study, and provide views to the outside quad and campus activity through large expanses of perimeter glass. Outdoor areas are carved into the footprint and further welcome and direct people through the building.

    The architectural language and color of the building takes its cues from the agricultural history and geology of the region. The building, thought of as a metaphoric geode, provides the most dynamic and active areas within the center of the building, while the exterior patterning of the metal panels is reminiscent of the rhythmic rows of crops found throughout the Piedmont of North Carolina. 

    Programmed spaces within the building include a full lecture hall, three 128-seat classrooms, five 70-seat classrooms, three 48-seat classrooms, two computer classrooms, and two distance learning classrooms. A variety of disciplines and teaching types can be accommodated within this innovative, flexible multiuse classroom building. The internal atrium also provides a large event space that can be used for job fairs, receptions, or other university events.
    (Through previous association with The Freelon Group. Victor Vines- PIC, Adam Brakenbury- Designer/PA)

    Greensboro, NC

  • ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Size: 88,000 SF
    Budget: $27M
    Location: Greensboro, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Situated along the southern edge of the "Aggie Village" quad and Bluford Circle, the New Academic Classroom Building provides much needed lecture and classroom space for the university. The 88,000 sf, $27M multipurpose facility is conceptually designed as a Campus Hub, funneling students from multiple directions through a central terraced three-story atrium space, creating an energetic area where students can socialize and mingle.  Multiple lounge spaces are situated throughout the floor to allow for focused conversation and study, and provide views to the outside quad and campus activity through large expanses of perimeter glass. Outdoor areas are carved into the footprint and further welcome and direct people through the building.

    The architectural language and color of the building takes its cues from the agricultural history and geology of the region. The building, thought of as a metaphoric geode, provides the most dynamic and active areas within the center of the building, while the exterior patterning of the metal panels is reminiscent of the rhythmic rows of crops found throughout the Piedmont of North Carolina. 

    Programmed spaces within the building include a full lecture hall, three 128-seat classrooms, five 70-seat classrooms, three 48-seat classrooms, two computer classrooms, and two distance learning classrooms. A variety of disciplines and teaching types can be accommodated within this innovative, flexible multiuse classroom building. The internal atrium also provides a large event space that can be used for job fairs, receptions, or other university events.
    (Through previous association with The Freelon Group. Victor Vines- PIC, Adam Brakenbury- Designer/PA)

    Greensboro, NC

  • ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Size: 88,000 SF
    Budget: $27M
    Location: Greensboro, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Situated along the southern edge of the "Aggie Village" quad and Bluford Circle, the New Academic Classroom Building provides much needed lecture and classroom space for the university. The 88,000 sf, $27M multipurpose facility is conceptually designed as a Campus Hub, funneling students from multiple directions through a central terraced three-story atrium space, creating an energetic area where students can socialize and mingle.  Multiple lounge spaces are situated throughout the floor to allow for focused conversation and study, and provide views to the outside quad and campus activity through large expanses of perimeter glass. Outdoor areas are carved into the footprint and further welcome and direct people through the building.

    The architectural language and color of the building takes its cues from the agricultural history and geology of the region. The building, thought of as a metaphoric geode, provides the most dynamic and active areas within the center of the building, while the exterior patterning of the metal panels is reminiscent of the rhythmic rows of crops found throughout the Piedmont of North Carolina. 

    Programmed spaces within the building include a full lecture hall, three 128-seat classrooms, five 70-seat classrooms, three 48-seat classrooms, two computer classrooms, and two distance learning classrooms. A variety of disciplines and teaching types can be accommodated within this innovative, flexible multiuse classroom building. The internal atrium also provides a large event space that can be used for job fairs, receptions, or other university events.
    (Through previous association with The Freelon Group. Victor Vines- PIC, Adam Brakenbury- Designer/PA)

    Greensboro, NC

  • ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Size: 88,000 SF
    Budget: $27M
    Location: Greensboro, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Situated along the southern edge of the "Aggie Village" quad and Bluford Circle, the New Academic Classroom Building provides much needed lecture and classroom space for the university. The 88,000 sf, $27M multipurpose facility is conceptually designed as a Campus Hub, funneling students from multiple directions through a central terraced three-story atrium space, creating an energetic area where students can socialize and mingle.  Multiple lounge spaces are situated throughout the floor to allow for focused conversation and study, and provide views to the outside quad and campus activity through large expanses of perimeter glass. Outdoor areas are carved into the footprint and further welcome and direct people through the building.

    The architectural language and color of the building takes its cues from the agricultural history and geology of the region. The building, thought of as a metaphoric geode, provides the most dynamic and active areas within the center of the building, while the exterior patterning of the metal panels is reminiscent of the rhythmic rows of crops found throughout the Piedmont of North Carolina. 

    Programmed spaces within the building include a full lecture hall, three 128-seat classrooms, five 70-seat classrooms, three 48-seat classrooms, two computer classrooms, and two distance learning classrooms. A variety of disciplines and teaching types can be accommodated within this innovative, flexible multiuse classroom building. The internal atrium also provides a large event space that can be used for job fairs, receptions, or other university events.
    (Through previous association with The Freelon Group. Victor Vines- PIC, Adam Brakenbury- Designer/PA)

    Greensboro, NC

  • ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Size: 88,000 SF
    Budget: $27M
    Location: Greensboro, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Situated along the southern edge of the "Aggie Village" quad and Bluford Circle, the New Academic Classroom Building provides much needed lecture and classroom space for the university. The 88,000 sf, $27M multipurpose facility is conceptually designed as a Campus Hub, funneling students from multiple directions through a central terraced three-story atrium space, creating an energetic area where students can socialize and mingle.  Multiple lounge spaces are situated throughout the floor to allow for focused conversation and study, and provide views to the outside quad and campus activity through large expanses of perimeter glass. Outdoor areas are carved into the footprint and further welcome and direct people through the building.

    The architectural language and color of the building takes its cues from the agricultural history and geology of the region. The building, thought of as a metaphoric geode, provides the most dynamic and active areas within the center of the building, while the exterior patterning of the metal panels is reminiscent of the rhythmic rows of crops found throughout the Piedmont of North Carolina. 

    Programmed spaces within the building include a full lecture hall, three 128-seat classrooms, five 70-seat classrooms, three 48-seat classrooms, two computer classrooms, and two distance learning classrooms. A variety of disciplines and teaching types can be accommodated within this innovative, flexible multiuse classroom building. The internal atrium also provides a large event space that can be used for job fairs, receptions, or other university events.
    (Through previous association with The Freelon Group. Victor Vines- PIC, Adam Brakenbury- Designer/PA)

    Greensboro, NC

  • ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Size: 88,000 SF
    Budget: $27M
    Location: Greensboro, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Situated along the southern edge of the "Aggie Village" quad and Bluford Circle, the New Academic Classroom Building provides much needed lecture and classroom space for the university. The 88,000 sf, $27M multipurpose facility is conceptually designed as a Campus Hub, funneling students from multiple directions through a central terraced three-story atrium space, creating an energetic area where students can socialize and mingle.  Multiple lounge spaces are situated throughout the floor to allow for focused conversation and study, and provide views to the outside quad and campus activity through large expanses of perimeter glass. Outdoor areas are carved into the footprint and further welcome and direct people through the building.

    The architectural language and color of the building takes its cues from the agricultural history and geology of the region. The building, thought of as a metaphoric geode, provides the most dynamic and active areas within the center of the building, while the exterior patterning of the metal panels is reminiscent of the rhythmic rows of crops found throughout the Piedmont of North Carolina. 

    Programmed spaces within the building include a full lecture hall, three 128-seat classrooms, five 70-seat classrooms, three 48-seat classrooms, two computer classrooms, and two distance learning classrooms. A variety of disciplines and teaching types can be accommodated within this innovative, flexible multiuse classroom building. The internal atrium also provides a large event space that can be used for job fairs, receptions, or other university events.
    (Through previous association with The Freelon Group. Victor Vines- PIC, Adam Brakenbury- Designer/PA)

    Greensboro, NC

  • ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Size: 88,000 SF
    Budget: $27M
    Location: Greensboro, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL ACADEMIC CLASSROOM BUILDING

    Situated along the southern edge of the "Aggie Village" quad and Bluford Circle, the New Academic Classroom Building provides much needed lecture and classroom space for the university. The 88,000 sf, $27M multipurpose facility is conceptually designed as a Campus Hub, funneling students from multiple directions through a central terraced three-story atrium space, creating an energetic area where students can socialize and mingle.  Multiple lounge spaces are situated throughout the floor to allow for focused conversation and study, and provide views to the outside quad and campus activity through large expanses of perimeter glass. Outdoor areas are carved into the footprint and further welcome and direct people through the building.

    The architectural language and color of the building takes its cues from the agricultural history and geology of the region. The building, thought of as a metaphoric geode, provides the most dynamic and active areas within the center of the building, while the exterior patterning of the metal panels is reminiscent of the rhythmic rows of crops found throughout the Piedmont of North Carolina. 

    Programmed spaces within the building include a full lecture hall, three 128-seat classrooms, five 70-seat classrooms, three 48-seat classrooms, two computer classrooms, and two distance learning classrooms. A variety of disciplines and teaching types can be accommodated within this innovative, flexible multiuse classroom building. The internal atrium also provides a large event space that can be used for job fairs, receptions, or other university events.
    (Through previous association with The Freelon Group. Victor Vines- PIC, Adam Brakenbury- Designer/PA)

    Greensboro, NC