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February 22, 2010

Ayers Saint Gross-Designed Visual Arts Building Unveiled in Virginia

A consortium that includes Thailand-based Minor International is exploring options to make an investment of around $350m in Hotel Leelaventure.

By cms admin

A new visual arts building for George Mason University College of Visual and Performing Arts in Virginia, US, designed by US practice Ayers Saint Gross has been unveiled.

The 88,990ft² three-storey building is located next to a public quadrangle and offers flexibility to accommodate changes in teaching methods and curriculum.

The scheme offers administrative and faculty spaces, a gallery, general and art education classrooms and academic and studio spaces for painting and drawing, inter-arts, digital arts, graphic design, sculpture, photography and printmaking.

The building also features a 75-seat lecture hall on the upper level, and a student lounge and cafe.

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