The newly built, Sasaki-designed field house for Middlebury College appears in the latest issue of American School and University Magazine. The field house replaces what was once called "the bubble," on campus. In its place, the 100,000 SF state-of-the-art field house provides Middlebury students with all-new amenities, including an indoor track, turf field, squash courts—and even a digital wall chronicling the history of Middlebury sports.
Erin Quinn, Middlebury director of athletics, '86, is a big fan of the building. "The Virtue field house is just a marvelous architectural building... when I walk into the facility now I get the feeling of an integrated and cohesive space... It's an innovative amazing piece of architecture. It's a really dynamic space that shows you the history and the tradition and the story of athletics," he says.
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The Virtue Field House for Middlebury College is one of the most unique training and competition venues in collegiate athletics. The flexible facility incorporates an indoor practice space, competition...