Victoria Meyers architect (hMa) has a track record for designing award winning educational buildings. hMa's Pratt Pavilion, completed in 2007, was recognized for its cutting edge design with a 'New York Designs' award from the Architectural League of New York. The building is featured in the 2009 Phaidon Atlas of 21st Century World Architecture. The Juliana Curran Terian Pratt Pavilion is a new 10,000 square foot building on the Pratt Institute Campus in Brooklyn. The Pavilion ties two previously separate buildings into one entity: the Pratt Design Center, creating the first Design Center in the United States uniting all Design disciplines (fashion, interior design, graphic design and industrial design) under one roof.
WaveLine, completed in 2007, was recognized with an AIA NYChapter Design Award for its excellence in design. WaveLine was built within an existing NYCHA (New York City Housing Authority) compound in Queens, New York, as a multi-use building. Like Pratt Pavilion, WaveLine is connected to a larger Community Center, and was designed to function part-time as a classroom.
Won Buddhist Training Center, Claverack, NY: Victoria Meyers architect
The Won Buddhist Retreat, currently in construction in Claverack, New York, is designed as a campus for Buddhist education. The Retreat consists of five buildings; three residential halls (each with one room dedicated as a classroom); an Administrative building (with classrooms and a library); and a main Buddhist Meditation Hall.
All three projects have been recognized through publications and awards programs for their foresight in design.