Wake Forest University Wellbeing Center
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Reynolds Gymnasium, a longstanding workhorse of Wake Forest's main campus, provides a new home for expanded and renovated facilities serving Student Recreation and Wellness, Student Health Services and Women's Volleyball. With its 40,000 GSF expansion, together with significant renovation, this prominent facility allows state-of-the-art programs to be organized with a high degree of transparency creating a visually dynamic experience throughout. Reynolds Gym is a building transformed, and a strong recruiting magnet for students.
Interior Design Overview:
This project transforms the 60-year-old Reynolds Gymnasium, a longstanding workhorse of Wake Forest’s Reynolda Campus, and provides a new home for expanded and renovated facilities serving Student Recreation and Wellness, Student Health Services, and Women’s Volleyball. However, it's so much more than a gym. This transformation reflects Wake Forest’s leadership among universities focused on enhancing all aspects of personal wellbeing. The 180,000 square-foot hub for wellbeing triples the amount of fitness space available on campus and features a new lounge space ideal for conversation, relaxation or studying. Reynolds Gym now boasts wide-open spaces and abundant natural light, a welcome change from the original 1950s design.
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Lighting Design Overview:
- CLIENT: Wake Forest University
- COMPLETE: March 2018
185,000 GSF, including 40,000 SF addition
- National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) - Outstanding Sports Facility Award - 2019
- Ceramics of Italy North America - Institutional Honorable Mention - 2019
- USG and NACDA - USG NACDA Sustainabilty First Runner Up - 2020
- SUSTAINABLE: Certified LEED for New Construction v2.2 - Gold
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