Mon, Nov 18|
Temple University - School of Architect
Preservation of Modern Architecture w/ Mills + Schnoering Architects
AIA CEU Unit The renovation of Saarinen’s Hill College House at the University of Pennsylvania was completed in the fall of 2017 and has garnered regional and national acclaim. This talk will provide an overview of the renovation design, materials and methods, and construction challenges.
Time & Location
Nov 18, 2019, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Temple University - School of Architect, 2001 N 13th St, Philadelphia, PA 19122, USA
About the event
Hill College is a Modern landmark designed by Eero Saarinen and built in 1960. The 200,000 s.f. building is five stories in height with a full basement, and accommodates 500 residents. Hill’s student rooms are arranged on the perimeter around a full height central atrium, with a dining facility at the lowest level, and a large number of lounges on all floors. Although initially designed for women, it now serves as a co-ed residence for first-year students.
This session focuses on the project through the post-construction lens and addresses the unique technical challenges that were solved by the designer, owner, and construction manager team in updating a landmark mid-century building.
If you are an Architect and would like a free ticket, we can partner you up with a Sponsor (Product Representative)
CSI Members get a reduced rate$10.00
Temple Students may attend for FREE$0.00