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Culinary Arts Center

New Rochelle, NY United States

Doban Architecture, PC

 

Project Description

This former auto repair shop was transformed into a sleek, state-of-the-art culinary arts facility for Monroe College’s School of Hospitality Management and the Culinary Arts, with sparkling stainless steel equipment and accent colors. The Center’s open plan layout responds to the faculty’s vision of a flexible learning space with the concurrent uses typical in a large commercial kitchen, and includes a banquet battery, one pastry battery, and two a la carte kitchen areas organized around a service spine.Unlike a typical commercial kitchen the space was designed for visual transparency, in keeping with the college’s commitment to creating a culinary education showcase. The vestibule functions as an observation point for kitchen activities. Its angled portal into the pastry area follows the slope of the dramatic ceiling within, which conceals duct work while enabling natural light to permeate the space from the buildings high windows. The glazed windows with sunshades for integral climate control, provides a view of student chefs from the adjoining courtyard, a major campus gathering space.

 

Project Details

Culinary Arts Center
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    Susan G. Doban
Consultants:
  • Other: Clevenger Frable Lavallee 
  • Mechanical Engineer: Energy Concepts, Inc. 
  • Structural Engineer: Gilsanz Murray Steficek 
 
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Construction Cost:
    $1,850,000
 
 
 

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