RAMSA Partner Melissa DelVecchio and Research Manager Arianne Kouri recently wrote about the design and fabrication of the entryway gates for the new residential colleges at Yale University in the first issue of the Journal of Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism.
Robert A.M. Stern Architects was responsible for the design of two new residential colleges at Yale University, the thirteenth and fourteenth residential colleges on the university’s campus. The new colleges house approximately 900 residents and were built to accommodate a 15% increase in Yale’s undergraduate enrollment
The Journal of Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism is a magazine for people and institutions interested in traditional building, architecture and urbanism. Its articles are related to the theory and practice of these disciplines. Its objective is to promote the creation of places and buildings that are in harmony with the local culture and tradition and that are respectful of the environment and its natural resources.