|CALHOUN HALL AND
GARLAND HALL, VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
This project included restoration of the two 1928 collegiate
gothic academic buildings in the heart of Vanderbilt University's
campus with a 20,000 square foot addition to Calhoun Hall.
Connections were made between each level of the four-story
addition and the existing building, and finishes were coordinated
between the renovated spaces and the addition so that in everyday
use the buildings would look and function as one. The scope
included upgrades of mechanical, electrical, and code deficiencies.
New classrooms and faculty offices were provided and equipped
with state of the art technology all within the aesthetic
and contextual constraints of two highly significant historic