The Rennebohm School of Pharmacy is a 205,000 sf facility containing laboratories, faculty offices, classrooms, library, auditorium, and ancillary spaces. It forms the first phase of a new integrated Health Sciences complex on the west campus of the University of Wisconsin at Madison. The low podium base of the building contains common spaces such as the auditorium and library, while the tower contains laboratories and faculty offices.
Project responsibilities included model-building and assistance with client presentations and working drawings.
- AIA Chicago Honor Award, 2002
- AIA Wisconsin Honor Award, 2004
Completed while employed at Perkins+Will, 1995 – 1999
Associate Architect: Potter Lawson Architects
Design Principal: Ralph Johnson
Project Architect: Louis Raia