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Isenberg School of Managment Business Innovation Hub

Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)

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Victoria Carodine, Hanley Wood


Project Name

Isenberg School of Managment Business Innovation Hub

Size

69,997 sq. feet

Client/Owner

University of Massachusetts Building Authority (UMBA)


Team

  • Bjarke Ingels (Partner in Charge)
  • Thomas Christofferson (Partner in Charge)
  • Daniel Sudlin (Partner in Charge)
  • Elena Bresciani (Project Leader)
  • Pauline Lavie (Project Leader)
  • Hung Kai Liao (Project Leader)
  • Daniel Kidd (Project Leader)
  • Yu Inamoto (Project Leader)
  • Simon Lee
  • Seo Young Shin
  • Tianqu Zhang
  • Linda Halim
  • Davide Maggio
  • Amina Blacksher
  • Ku Huhn Chung
  • Pei Pei Yang
  • Francesca Portesine
  • Dominic Schmid
  • Alice Cladet
  • Nicolas Gustin
  • Lucas Hong
  • Mustafa Khan
  • Peter Lee
  • Yixin Li
  • Emily Mohr
  • Justyna Mydlak
  • Manon Otto
  • Ibrahim Salman
  • Barbara Stallone
  • Cheyenne Vandervoorde


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Project Description

FROM THE ARCHITECTS:

ISOM's new extension aims to functions as a change agent, and to further enhance the Isenberg name among the nation's leading business schools. Characteristic architectural design, together with program innovation, assertive re-branding, and future-minded infrastructure, will be the catalyst to launch Isenberg into the next phase of growth and success.

The primary goals of the project are to consolidate departments currently located across campus, house all of ISOM in one coordinated assemblage of buildings, and to create a dynamic interior public space in the form of a Student Learning Commons. The commons are designed to accommodate the dual function of student gathering and study space as well as special event space for guest speakers, award ceremonies, and banquets. New instructional spaces include two-tired hybrid classrooms and one financial analytics classroom, set to stimulate a trading-floor environment. Sustaining ISOM's future growth also requires an expansion of spaces dedicated to specialized centers, increasing staff and support spaces, as well as adding spaces for new faculty in each of Isenberg's growing academic departments.
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