Miss Hall's School, Linn Hall

Pittsfield, Massachusetts

  • FIRM

    Flansburgh Architects


    Miss Hall's School

  • AREA

    20,000 sq.ft.





Design team:
David Croteau (Principal-in-Charge); Madeleine Le (Project Manager & Architect)

Miss Hall’s School is an independent girls’ school in the Berkshires serving about 210 students from more than 14 states and 20 counties. The addition of Linn Hall onto the school’s campus enhances STEAM studies through collaborative spaces.
New chemistry and ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONCOST PER SQ FT$365.00FEATURED IN2017 Architectural PortfolioSUB CATEGORYSpecialized laboratories are designed with separate project and storage spaces, and come equipped with advanced technology that provides more opportunities for innovation. Technology-focused studio spaces enable experimentation in robotics, animation, programming, and three-dimensional printing. Expanded work space for service programs, such as Horizons, reinforces the Miss Hall School’s commitment to the greater community.
Coherency and transparency in teaching and learning is manifested in the architectural form of the curved plan of the building; combining the classical architecture of the original campus with the contemporary large glass-paneled windows and doors bring natural light and surrounding landscape into the learning experience.