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College of Design, NC State University

Leazar Hall is a renovation of a 62,000 sf historic building (circa 1912) located in the oldest campus precinct of North Carolina State University. The building, originally built in two phases as the campus dining hall, was changed in the 1970s and 1980s into a maze of offices and classrooms by a series of renovations to house nine different campus departments and services. This new renovation transforms the building and makes it a part of the College of Design complex that is located across a campus street. The project restores the three-level (plus mezzanine) building into a single use building with studios, seminar/review rooms, materials lab, and faculty offices. A new stair and elevator tower was incorporated into the design, which provides both egress and accessibility to a previously disjointed plan.

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