Yale University Whitney Humanities Center

Formerly known as the Hall of Graduate Studies, the Yale University Whitney Humanities Center is a complex of buildings designed by James Gamble Rogers in the 1930s. These Gothic revival buildings surround two interior courtyards and feature a fourteen-story tower and ornate Gothic details. Following the completion of an existing conditions assessment of this 208,284 sf building, DBVW went on to serve as the Exterior Envelope Architect on the Annum Architects-led Design Team that oversaw the adaptive reuse of this building into the intellectual hub for the teaching and research of humanities at Yale.

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2023 - Boston Society for Architecture (BSA) Design Award

2022 - AIA Connecticut Excellence Award for Commercial, Industrial, Educational, and
Multi- Family Residential Design (over 25,000 sf)

2022 - Society for College and University Planning Excellence in Planning for a District or
Campus Component