Madison Hall Study, The George Washington University
Washington, DC
The George Washington University
Completed 2010
Architecture, Interiors

Feasibility study for the renovation of a 204-bed student residential hall that consists of eight residential levels and one basement level; total size: 48,240 sf.


The Madison Hall Renovation Feasibility Study at the George Washington University (GWU) Foggy Bottom Campus was a highly collaborative process between GWU Facilities Project Management and the WDG Architecture A/E Team, with significant contributions from GWU Residential Property Management and GWU Facilities Management.

The purpose of the Feasibility Study was to evaluate Madison Hall’s 84 year old internal and external building systems and to study various levels of renovation. After developing a range of programmatic scenarios — from upper classman apartments to freshman suites — the University directed us to put forth three basic scenarios in the report: “Baseline”, “A la carte menu items”, and “The full gut”.

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