Planning for Higher Education Journal

Stokes Hall at Boston College

Planning a New Home for Humanities
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From Volume 42 Number 1 | October–December 2013
By David Owens
Planning Types: Campus Planning

The recently completed Stokes Hall at Boston College creates a new base for the humanities. Designed in the campus’s historic Collegiate Gothic style, this new facility and the future companion buildings anticipated in the Middle Campus master plan will add value to the university by extending the existing architectural tradition to the edges of the Middle Campus. This extension of the Middle Campus architecture and landscape will emphasize and support BC’s planning goals and mission through greater public visibility of its iconic built forms and create memorable experiences and a sense of community for all users.

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