Syracuse law school center geared to meet university’s environmental goals

February 07, 2012 |

New York City-based firm Gluckman Mayner Architects has completed designs for the new 200,000-sf Dineen Hall at Syracuse University’s College of Law. The five-story facility meets exacting needs associated with legal study today, reflecting an organizational clarity and professional sophistication that anticipates the user experience of students, faculty, and visitors. A central atrium links the main level to the library, celebratory space, and ceremonial courtroom. A green roof caps the atrium, creating a seasonal outdoor terrace space with natural light exposure. Classrooms, offices, and cafes are arranged with casual spaces for informal meetings. The facility, designed to meet the university’s environmental goals, will seek LEED Gold certification.

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