Columbia University Medical Center, Bard Hall

New York, NY

2013

1100 Architect has been engaged to design the comprehensive renovation of Bard Hall, a 1928 structure that serves as the primary dormitory and center for student life at Columbia University Medical Center. The 20-story facility will be transformed into a residence hall of greater comfort, modern amenities, and enhanced student resources. Central to the objective of the project is the creation of numerous group study spaces dispersed throughout the facility. These spaces will function as lounges, libraries, and IT centers that foster the social aspects of group study and idea sharing. The project will increase sustainability and energy performance to a LEED Silver standard. In 2013, 1100 Architect completed the first phase of work – the renovation of the athletic center, which included new group movement, strength training, and cardio fitness spaces. Future phases will follow as funding is acquired.

© 1100 Architect

Columbia University Medical Center, Bard Hall

New York, NY

2013

Bard Hall Master Plan

© 1100 Architect

A comprehensive presentation prepared by 1100, with diagrams and visualizations of the design and facility improvements, is being used to bring attention and resources to the project.

© 1100 Architect

In response to user feedback, the underused spaces adjacent to the basketball court were renovated and transformed into strength training and cardio equipment areas. This included creating additional mezzanine space, dubbed the “cardio bridge,” with a new double-height glass wall overlooking the basketball court, which in turn overlooks the Hudson River.

© 1100 Architect

Columbia University Medical Center, Bard Hall

New York, NY

2013

© 1100 Architect

1100 Architect has been engaged to design the comprehensive renovation of Bard Hall, a 1928 structure that serves as the primary dormitory and center for student life at Columbia University Medical Center. The 20-story facility will be transformed into a residence hall of greater comfort, modern amenities, and enhanced student resources. Central to the objective of the project is the creation of numerous group study spaces dispersed throughout the facility. These spaces will function as lounges, libraries, and IT centers that foster the social aspects of group study and idea sharing. The project will increase sustainability and energy performance to a LEED Silver standard. In 2013, 1100 Architect completed the first phase of work – the renovation of the athletic center, which included new group movement, strength training, and cardio fitness spaces. Future phases will follow as funding is acquired.

© 1100 Architect

Bard Hall Master Plan

© 1100 Architect

A comprehensive presentation prepared by 1100, with diagrams and visualizations of the design and facility improvements, is being used to bring attention and resources to the project.

© 1100 Architect

In response to user feedback, the underused spaces adjacent to the basketball court were renovated and transformed into strength training and cardio equipment areas. This included creating additional mezzanine space, dubbed the “cardio bridge,” with a new double-height glass wall overlooking the basketball court, which in turn overlooks the Hudson River.

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