Council of Independent Colleges Historic Campus Architecture Project

 

 
Carl D. Johnson Commons

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Institution Name: Waynesburg College
Original/Historic Place Name: campus quadrangle
Location on Campus: Washington St.
Date(s) of Construction:
1994original construction Johnson, Carl Johnson, Johnson & Roy, Inc.
Designer: Carl Johnson (Johnson, Johnson, & Roy, Inc. of Ann Arbor, MI)
Type of Place: Landscape site
Style: (Glossary)
Significance: architecture, history
Narrative: see below
References: see below
Function:
1994-present (2006)outdoor space
 

Narrative:
Designed by Carl Johnson, a nationally acclaimed landscape architect and campus designer, Carl D. Johnson Commons was constructed in 1994. It consists of a campus quadrangle surrounded by many of the major buildings on campus. Replacing alleys and random parking areas, it has evolved into the center of campus activities. The Commons provides much appreciated green spaces and seating areas where students can relax. It is also utilized for classes, and in fair weather serves as a gathering place for the campus community.
 

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