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Ballinger Wins a Merit Award for their Kinesiology Building Project

2022 AIA Philadelphia Design Awards - Historic Preservation/ Adaptive Reuse Built Category
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Congratulations to Ballinger for winning a Merit Award for their Kinesiology Building Project.

There are three major types of spaces in the building: research, classroom, and office.This creates a need for highly flexible and spacious typologies, including wet labs,dry labs, class labs and athletic training facilities.The centralized circulation encourages visibility and interaction among all users.

Wrapped in curving staircases and overlooked by breakout balconies, this new commons, with its open-plan meeting places, acts as an academic crossroads for students and faculty.

Check out the short video highlighting this project:

https://youtu.be/sCM33yN0OPc

 

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