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Warner Hall

A New Front Door for Carnegie Mellon University

Carnegie Mellon University is a school made up of a diverse population united by common goals – the pursuit and acquisition of knowledge, the betterment of both national and global societies. These goals unify the Carnegie Mellon population into an ever changing landscape.

Each year new students join the campus and graduating students leave, but the administration provides the framework which guides and supports each student’s experience. Unfortunately, this powerful framework has been restricted by the constraints of Warner Hall.

Therefore, this proposal builds upon the existing framework of Warner Hall to allow the new administration building to become a functional and iconic expression of Carnegie Mellon.

Location Design Date Designer Tag
Pittsburgh, PA Fall 2003 Jonathan Keith Lindstrom Carnegie Mellon University
 
 
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