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Peretsman Scully Hall and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. Architect: José Rafael Moneo. October, 2013.

The Princeton Neuroscience Institute and Peretsman Scully Hall are two sides of the same building on the southern end of Princeton University’s campus. I was commissioned by the university to create images of the new complex in advance of its dedication.

Designed by José Rafael Moneo; the Princeton Neuroscience Institute draws faculty from the Applied Math, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Molecular Biology, Physics, Philosophy and Psychology Departments to foster an interdisciplinary approach to neuroscience. Peretsman Scully Hall is the new home of the Princeton’s Psychology Department.

Peretsman Scully Hall and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute with Streicker Bridge in the foreground. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. October, 2013.
Princeton Neuroscience Institute in the foreground. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. October, 2013.
Peretsman Scully Hall (L) and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute (R). Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. October, 2013.
The Princeton Neuroscience Institute. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. October, 2013.
Inner atrium, Princeton Neuroscience Institute. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. March, 2014.
Large classroom, Princeton Neuroscience Institute. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. December, 2013.
Large symposium room, Peretsman Scully Hall. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. February, 2014.
Inner stairwell, Peretsman Scully Hall. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. March, 2014.
Public study space with a view of Washington Road, Peretsman Scully Hall. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. February, 2014.
Graduate student offices, Princeton Neuroscience Institute. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. February, 2014.
Professor’s suite, Princeton Neuroscience Institute. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. February, 2014.
Common space with a view of Roberts Stadium, Princeton University’s soccer field, Princeton Neuroscience Institute. Princeton, NJ. March, 2014.

And with that, it’s a wrap on bringing my architecture portfolio up to date! The images above have been added to their own gallery on my site and selected images have been woven into the Commercial Architecture gallery.

4 Comments

  1. mike casserly

    nice pics. (why no tilt/shift in pic 4?)

    • Thanks Mike!

      Pic 4 -> has some shift to it but given the angle no lens would have enough. Also, when I photograph some projects like this I am often working before a building is 100% complete. In the case, when I took that image the front entrance at ground level was a mess. So, I was avoiding getting the entrance doors.

      I like image, I think it’s a nice graphic. It was used as a spread in the dedication book for the building: http://bit.ly/2iQNSBD .

    • Thanks – don’t quite know why I sat on the images so long but glad to finally to do the blog post and update my main site with the images.

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