Swarthmore New Palmer Pittenger + Roberts Hall

The new residence hall building complex at Swarthmore College accommodates the growth the college is experiencing. Designed by DIGSAU Architects, it was constructed in an existing open lot between existing residence halls and the baseball field. The building provides 120 student suite-style units in a layout that both responds to the existing site and reinforces the living/learning environment by creating well connected private and public spaces.
BEAM designed the lighting for the entire new residence hall complex with an approach to enhance the architect’s vision of the living and learning environment and by creating well illuminated spaces for student interactions. The selected fixtures also meet the needs of the college with energy efficiency and long-life span. BEAM also designed lighting for the the terraces, courtyards, pathways, and adjacent site areas connecting the buildings with each other and the existing site and surroundings.

                                                                          
ARCHITECTURE. DIGSAU Architects

Swarthmore New Palmer Pittenger + Roberts Hall

The new residence hall building complex at Swarthmore College accommodates the growth the college is experiencing. Designed by DIGSAU Architects, it was constructed in an existing open lot between existing residence halls and the baseball field. The building provides 120 student suite-style units in a layout that both responds to the existing site and reinforces the living/learning environment by creating well connected private and public spaces.
BEAM designed the lighting for the entire new residence hall complex with an approach to enhance the architect’s vision of the living and learning environment and by creating well illuminated spaces for student interactions. The selected fixtures also meet the needs of the college with energy efficiency and long-life span. BEAM also designed lighting for the the terraces, courtyards, pathways, and adjacent site areas connecting the buildings with each other and the existing site and surroundings.

                                                                          
ARCHITECTURE. DIGSAU Architects

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