Cambrian Row, Bryn Mawr College
Cambrian Row encompasses four modest, 19th century houses that were transformed into a student activities village, where students and staff can prepare and share meals, gather for meetings, or host special events. Visually and physically joined to one another by open porches, Cambrian Row connects to the rest of campus via a generous lawn and outdoor gathering areas. Two of the smaller houses were joined internally to create a large common room. In the evening, Cambrian Row sparkles with light and activity across the campus landscape. BKP designed the project in collaboration with Richard Conway Meyer Architect.
Bryn Mawr College
18,000 square feet
2004 Lower Merion Township Historic Preservation Award
Images © Jeffrey Totaro