Mason School of Business, The College of William & Mary
The LEED Gold Miller Hall provides a new 166,000-square-foot home for the Mason School of Business, with state-of-the-art teaching technology in a facility that carries forward the character of the College of William and Mary's Colonial-era architecture of red brick buildings with a Georgian architectural expression. The building's skylit central stair hall leads through the building to a west-facing quadrangle that opens to the College Woods and the renovated Lake Matoaka amphitheater, maintaining a connection to the landscape that has been part of the campus's legacy since the Sunken Garden, the hedge-lined lawn around which historic campus conceived by Thomas Jefferson is organized. Commons rooms and a cafe flank the central hall on the ground floor; two wings house classrooms and breakout rooms for the School's graduate and undergraduate programs. The stair hall leads up to a major function room on the second floor, where the School's administrative offices are located; the third floor accommodates faculty offices.