NEW SOUTH BUILDING PRINCETON, NJ
Renovations to EIGHT floors of the New South Building at Princeton
Designed by well-known architect Edward Larrabee Barnes, the New South Building is a prominent landmark in Princeton University's Arts and Transit Neighborhood. JBA designed new spaces for three academic departments — the Program in Creative Writing, Program in Theater, and Program in Dance. The Creative Writing suite includes spaces where students and faculty interact in an extemporaneous learning environment that includes seminar rooms, a library, and coffee bar lounge. The library wall features a cento, a non-sequitur compilation of large scale prose by faculty members such as Toni Morrison and Joyce Carol Oates. Other floors within the building were reused for private office suites, including The Office of General Counsel and campus services such the University's Credit Union and Housing Department.