Extending Landmark’s Traditions
The new Science, Technology & Innovation Center offers clear architectural ties that reflect Edward Durell Stone’s original vision.
In our fast-moving, technology-driven world, it is fitting that the Nicole Goodner MacFarlane Science, Technology and Innovation Center will put pre-professional training and inquiry more squarely at the center of a Landmark education. But it will also serve all members of the Landmark community by enriching science and technology instruction for all majors, and by becoming a hub of campus activity and collaboration.
The Landmark College campus was designed by the internationally recognized architect Edward Durell Stone. His modernist style is characterized by strategic use of materials and an emphasis on placing buildings in relationship to the surrounding landscape.
In keeping with Stone's original vision, the new construction includes a sleek, linear design and the integration of a dramatic façade facing the campus quad that extends the colonnade lining the College’s administrative and academic buildings.
The new construction aligns with the College’s Master Plan and adheres to its firm commitment to environmental sustainability. The STI Center will incorporate a host of design features that will meet the standards required for Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification—a nationally recognized benchmark for sustainable buildings established by the U.S. Green Building Council.
- Read about Landmark College's history since we opened our doors in 1985, and view our historical timeline.
- Learn how Landmark came to occupy the former Windham College (1951-1978) campus.
- News archives.
- The vision renews: STEM and a new beginning with Landmark's 4th President, Dr. Peter Eden.
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