A Trio of State Awards for the Greer Environmental Sciences Center10.22.20
The Greer Environmental Sciences Center at Virginia Wesleyan University has received a trio of notable state awards from AIA Virginia, ASLA Virginia, and ASID Virginia/IIDA Virginia-West Virginia. All three juries highlighted the project's commitment to sustainability in promoting stewardship of the Chesapeake Bay. The building supports the university’s liberal arts mission to engage a diversity of students in applied learning experiences. The building and landscape were designed to embody this mission and facilitate the lessons taught within.
Designing for Student Health and Wellness04.25.19
Wellness is not the absence of sickness: it is physical, social, emotional, financial, occupational, intellectual, environmental, and spiritual health. As part of the paradigm shift toward a whole-student model of healthcare, institutions of higher education are exploring how their buildings can best support student + staff wellness.
Living and Learning Beyond Boundaries at Virginia Tech03.18.19
What exactly does it mean to live and learn “beyond boundaries”? The Creativity + Innovation District (CID) living-learning community brings together the arts, engineering, science, and design fields to localize innovation within a residential setting that contributes to Virginia Tech's broader global learning community.
University of Miami Centennial Village: VMDO Wins Design Competition with Bold Vision for First Year Residential Community01.08.19
The design for a new lakefront residential village is set to transform University of Miami's first year student housing into a modern and eclectic mix of sustainable buildings that will replace the Stanford and Hecht residential colleges.
Two VMDO Projects Honored with 2018 AIA Virginia Architecture Awards11.08.18
AIA Virginia honors Charlottesville's Brooks Family YMCA and Liberty's Concert Hall and School of Music with awards for architecture and interior design, as part of a distinguished pool of 13 merit award recipients.