Initial Concept | Pressley Associates created a new landscape for the final building of Northeastern University’s West Campus Village that integrates the new building into the existing campus.
Lasting Impact | A mix of residential, research, administration, and classroom spaces, the West Village development has transformed Northeastern into a highly desirable and attractive student-oriented campus. Building F is located along a tree-lined promenade connecting the Centennial Quadrangle to the West Campus Quadrangle. Materials used throughout the campus are integrated into the Building F landscape to help it fit it seamlessly into the existing surroundings. A large lawn in front of the main residential entrance provides a place for students to gather and relax. The project reinforces the promenade, which runs through the West Campus from Parker Street to Ruggles Station and serves as an extension of the lawn area provided in the centennial Quad. Our Northeastern work has won several awards.Client | Northeastern University