Knott/Donnelly Science Center*


The Knott/Donnelly Science Center is a 24,000sf science and laboratory building on the historic quad of Loyola University in Maryland. Danielle served as the Project Architect on the building from schematic design through construction administration. The L-shaped building prioritizes circulation on the quad-facing side to allow students a place to travel and congregate while overlooking the campus through the multi-story curtainwall. The use of stone references the historic buildings on campus while the lighter materials of steel and glass speak to a newer era in campus building. Designed and constructed jointly at the same time, the soaring atrium of the Sellinger School of Business also prioritizes community gathering. Together, both buildings complete the western end of the quad to strengthen the urban form of the campus.

*Work performed at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson