Size: 10,400 SF
Client: Princeton University
Architect: Payette Associates

The newly created Center for Theoretical Physics (CTP) occupies approximately 10,400 SF of renovated space in the north and east wings of the fourth floor of Jadwin Hall. The project consists of offices for faculty and visiting scholars, interaction spaces (including informal meeting areas), and a 65-seat seminar room. The project was coordinated with upgrades to building-wide mechanical systems.

The area renovated, originally intended as student space, has historically been under utilized due to its lack of windows and relatively remote location. As part of this project, windows were installed on the masonry north and east facades of Jadwin to enhance the space and support its use as faculty and research offices, and as a gathering space for scholars.

Approximately 3,600 SF of adjacent space on the fourth floor was modestly renovated to accommodate the limited number of graduate students who will be displaced during creation of the CTP suite.

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