American Museum of Natural History Richard Gilder Graduate School

This unique museum-based graduate program in Comparative Biology occupies the central crossroads of the Golden Corridor of Science.

The heart of the complex is a student lounge, a place for collaborative projects, individual research, and group activities. The lounge is a double-height space ringed with a mezzanine for individual study carrels. A glass wall joins the main corridor with the lounge. A lecture hall, teaching lab, and academic offices support academic programs and student life.

New York, New York
2008

9,000 gross square feet



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