The goal of this project was to reorganize the spaces within Robertson Hall to create a highly functional and efficient environment for teaching and research for the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. The project created a space for a dynamic academic community, reflecting the values and aspirations of the school. The design fosters collaboration, engagement and clearly strengthens the identity of the school and its centers and programs.
Ultimately, the renovation of Robertson Hall enhanced its capacity to provide a new academic workplace strategy that fosters place-making, identity, mixing and collaboration. With the completion of the Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building & Louis A. Simpson International Building, Scudder Plaza and Robertson Hall are central in providing meeting spaces in an academic neighborhood that is vibrant and interactive.
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