Bryan Hall recognized with 2020 Merit Award in Architecture

Bryan Hall
Bryan Hall and the Forest Park Parkway overpass (Photo: Jim Diaz Photography)

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) St. Louis recognized Washington University in St. Louis’ Bryan Hall with a 2020 Merit Award in Architecture on Oct. 28. Bryan Hall had at one time housed office and lab space for the McKelvey School of Engineering. It was transformed into additional research space for the Department of Chemistry in Arts & Sciences. The project also received LEED Gold certification earlier this year.

Under the direction of architecture firm Trivers, renovations to Bryan Hall included replacement of the north façade with modern glass and terra cotta and reconstruction of the connector between Bryan Hall and McMillen Lab to allow for easier movement between buildings and enhance scientific collaboration. Learn more about the Bryan Hall renovation and Arts & Sciences’ Driving Discovery project.

AIA St. Louis is the local representative of the architectural profession. The Merit Award in Architecture recognizes outstanding work in architecture in the St. Louis region.

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