Recently, at a ceremony in White Plains, NY, the University of Pennsylvania Larry Robbins House of Management & Technology, a project recently constructed by P. Agnes, received the AIA NY Honor Award for Adaptive Reuse/Historic Preservation for its design by Studio Joseph.

Originally built in the late 1800s, this residential building has undergone many transformations over its lifetime. The project featured the demolition of a outdated office building, coupled with the strategic preservation of the southern facade, providing for the restoration and usability for the incoming undergraduate department of Management & Technology in a modern learning/office facility.

The Larry Robbins House of Management & Technology – Through the Years

This marks the recently completed project’s second award since achieving LEED Gold certification last year. This achievement was the latest of many LEED certified construction projects P. Agnes has completed for university clients, as well as the University of Pennsylvania’s latest success in a series of University-wide efforts to capitalize on opportunities to be a leader in sustainability and waste minimization.

The Larry Robbins House of Management & Technology – Today