Temple University, Tyler School of Art
The Tyler School of Art includes a 225,269 SF building at the Temple University’s main campus. The building comprises of three Levels and a Basement as well as an Open Lobby area with an Atrium between the Basement and second Level. The building includes various arts teaching departments such as Ceramics, Computer laboratories, Exhibitions, Fibers and Fiber Design, Foundations, Glass, Graphics and Interactive Design, Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, and Sculptures. The space also includes classrooms, administrative and support facilities, computer labs, student exhibition/gallery space, a student cafeteria, and ancillary space for various art departments.
Brinjac was responsible for the design of general ventilation/HVAC systems, electrical power and distribution Systems which include accommodation for heavy power and data requirements, and fire protection and fire suppression systems following the latest codes in coordination with the Temple University Technical Standards and Guidelines. Brinjac was also responsible for coordinating University’s in- house security and telecommunication design and incorporating these systems with the overall construction documents.