In 2019, American-Architecture featured 43 buildings throughout the United States in their “Building of the Week” review. Now, polls are open to decide which project will be named Building of the Year.
Among the 43 finalists is the Richard A. & Susan F. Smith Campus Center at Harvard University!
To cast your vote for the project you think should be named Building of the Year, visit this page and click on the “vote” button on your favorite project.
Voting closes January 31, 2020 and the winner will be announced on February 3, 2020. Only one vote per email address is possible.
About the Smith Center:
The new Smith Campus Center is a radical reappraisal of the existing ten-story building on the site of the Holyoke Center designed by Josep Lluis Sert in the 1950s. It is part of an ongoing university “Common Spaces” initiative designed to ensure its physical spaces foster the campus’s intellectual, cultural, and social experience and support the wider community.
The project reconfigures the first, second, and tenth floors, reinterpreting the history and logic of Sert’s architecture in a series of additions to, and removals from, the existing fabric to create a family of new internal spaces interspersed with a captured internal and external landscape.