Wilson Hall Renovation
James Madison University,
GLAVÉ & HOLMES ARCHITECTURE renovated the historic Wilson Hall for James Madison University. As the central, iconic building of the Quad, Wilson Hall is a recognizable landmark and has been the center of campus life for nearly a century. The 55,480-square-foot structure serves as home to the Department of History, housing faculty, administrative offices, student study space, and teaching space within a dynamic learning environment tailored to the pedagogy of the History Department. The renovated building creates a welcoming “Front Door” to the University that will be enjoyed by visitors as well as students and faculty across all disciplines. The design promotes social exchange among students while creating opportunities to showcase to the public and University community the projects and research initiatives of the History Department.
Take a look at the Point Cloud video of Wilson Hall from Prologue Systems: