Connecticut, New Haven
In Association with Foster & Partners, Design Architect
The Yale School of Management was founded in the late 1970s and originally occupied a small remote campus composed of four repurposed buildings and a purpose-built addition. A strong growth in both faculty and enrollment illustrated the need for the school to consider relocating from its outmoded buildings at the north end of the main campus. Design Architect, Foster and Partners, consolidated the school into a single iconic structure near the site of the original complex. IBI Group – Gruzen Samton served as Architect of Record.