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Master Plan Implementation Advances at The Lawrenceville School

At The Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, two Sasaki projects move forward, advancing the implementation of Sasaki’s master plan for the School.

At the Sasaki-designed Gruss Center for Art and Design, the versatility of the new maker space provided an ideal venue for Lawrenceville’s new faculty members to participate in orientation, utilizing its flexible space to accommodate social distancing regulations. As the school year begins, strategically installed TVs and modular seating enable teachers to adapt the Harkness learning method for socially-distanced learning.⁠

Construction on the Tsai Dining and Athletic Center (TDAC) began in August. Once completed, TDAC will house space for recreation, wellness, athletics, and dining under one roof, inviting students with a variety of interests and routines to cross paths. The dining and athletic center will consist of both the restoration of the historic field house and new facilities, including an ice rink, basketball court, swimming pool, and fitness center.

Read “Redefining Wellness: Learning from Independent Schools” to learn about how Lawrenceville and other independent schools are prioritizing wellness and community in their new campus facilities.

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