College Planning & Management: Renovation of Two Major Residence Halls Begins at Longwood University
14 August 2017

Cooper Robertson’s ongoing work for Longwood University has been featured in College Planning & Management:

“Cooper Robertson, noted architecture, urban design and campus planning firm, has announced that the implementation of its master plan for Virginia’s historic Longwood University in Longwood will kick off with ambitious renovations of its two major residential buildings, Curry Hall and Frazer Hall.

The design team, which also includes VMDO, Little Diversified and Franck & Lohsen, will transform the interior and exterior of both buildings located on the east side of Longwood University’s central campus. Cooper Robertson is the master planner and has been engaged by the University to be the steward of its implementation and advisors on matters of aesthetics, architecture and design; the firm will also serve as design architect for a new plaza, entry areas, and streetscapes to be constructed as part of the open space network knitting the two residence halls to the rest of campus and to town.”

Read more at College Planning & Management.