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Kalamazoo College Admissions Center

Sectors

Education

Locations

Kalamazoo, Michigan

Services

Architecture, Interior Design, Civil Engineering, Structural

In 1923, the Hall House in Kalamazoo was designed and built by Henry L. Vander Horst. The house was maintained as a residence until it was sold in 1986 and converted to a bed and breakfast. With its close location to both Western Michigan University and Kalamazoo College it became a popular place for visitors of both institutions.
In 2015, Kalamazoo College purchased the property with intent to create a student welcome center that is combined with their admission offices. The existing garage will be converted into a barrier-free welcome center attached to the house where the admission offices and support spaces will reside. The design intent of the project was to maintain the historic character of the house while renovating it to provide a fresh and positive “first impression” of the college to prospective students and their parents.

The crew on the project.

Stephanie Sokolowski, NCIDQ, IIDA, LEED Green Assoc.

Interior Designer / Project Manager

Jeremy Berg, AIA, NCIDQ, LEED AP BD+C

Project Executive

Jim Keefer, LEED AP

Project Coordinator

Jordan Strong

Project Technician

Providing a place of healing and restoration.

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