hanrahan Meyers architects' Juliana Curran Terian Design Center (Pratt Pavilion) opened on the Pratt Campus in 2007 click here to view more photos of the Design Center on www.hanrahanmeyers.com post Victoria Meyers architect
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"Pratt recently opened a 120,000-square-foot green academic and administrative building named Myrtle Hall at 536 Myrtle Avenue between Grand Avenue and Steuben Street that houses the college's Department of Digital Arts as well as several administrative offices." This building, along with hanrahan Meyers architects' Pratt Pavilion, which launched the Pratt Design Center in 2007, have reshaped the Pratt campus. Pratt Pavilion was the first project to initiate the redesign and refocusing of the Pratt campus, with buildings facing in toward the campus green, instead of facing out toward the neighboring streets.
second floor gallery interior: JCT Design Center (Pratt Pavilion) click here to view more photos of the Design Center on www.hanrahanmeyers.com Post Victoria Meyers architect
The Juliana Curran Terian Design Center, opened in 2007 was designed by hanrahan Meyers architects to bring together two older loft buildings with a contemporary bridging structure to create a 200,000-square-foot complex. The Center brings together Pratt's design disciplines -- interior design, fashion design, industrial design, and communications design -- under one roof that allows Pratt designers to better develop their creative processes. hMa principal Victoria Meyers was the lead designer for the project, completed in 2007.
rear courtyard: JCT Design Center (Pratt Pavilion) by hanrahan Meyers architects click here to view more photos of the Design Center on www.hanrahanmeyers.com
The Juliana Curran Terian Design Center has received numerous awards including Building Brooklyn Awards from the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, which recognize construction projects that enrich Brooklyn's neighborhoods and economy.
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