UVM Central Campus Residence Hall Entry Conceptual Design
The University needed an entrance structure at the east wing of the Central Campus Residence Hall complex to protect the door from inclement weather. Scott + Partners studied the building to determine that snow falling from roofs above should be deflected from the entry. Several options were created and discussed with the UVM team. Concepts were intentionally scaled from very utilitarian to formal to organic. They also were designed to reflect and contrast the rectilinear forms of the building. Each idea was modeled and rendered to effectively describe the ideas to all project stakeholders so meaningful decisions could be made.