Saint John's Campus Center

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Project Types

Collegeville, MN USA


Adolph Kiefer and Co.
Aetna Casualty and Surety Co.
Alexander, John
Bather, E.
Berg, Charles
Boughton, Wallace
Bredemus Hardware Co.
Bredemus, Leonard
Breuer, Marcel
Britzius, Charles
Cahn, Robert
Celotex Corp.
Cleotex Corporation
Cold Spring Granite Co.

Construction Specifications
Conway, Donald
Crotty Brothers, Inc.
D., G.
Daugherty, Bryan
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
Dorf, Norman
Dover Corp.
Durenberger, George
Dworschak, Baldwin
E. C. Bather and Associates
Edward Zekala Specifications
F., D.
Gage, D.
Gausman and Moore, Inc.
Halverson, Donald
Hansen, Donald
Hermanson, Ray
Hoban, Gene
Hofstra University
Humphrey, Stephen
J., M.
Johnston Sahlman Co.
Johnston, Milan
Jones, Noel
Jossa, Mario
Keller, Adrian
Kollmann, Jerry
L., P.
Laseau, Paul
Littlefield, H.
Littlefield, Jack
Lutz, Pierre
M. A. Mortenson Co.
M., J.
Marcel Breuer and Associates
Marcel Breuer and Associates, 201 E. 57th St.
Marcel Breuer and Associates, 635 Madison Ave. New York
McDonald, Finian
MetalCraft Roofing and Heating, Inc.
Miller, Arthur
Minnesota State Department of Health
Minnesota State Fire Marshal
Moore, Gordon
Muggli, Florian
National Association of Collegiate Athletic Directors
Noelke, Joseph
Order of St. Benedict, Inc.
P., J.
Page, Homer
Papachristou, Tician
Pierre Lutz Associates
R., C.
R., S.
Robert L. Cahn Associates
S., H.
S., R.
Schneider, Botho
Smith, Hamilton
St. John's Abbey
St. John's University
St. Olaf College
Strohbach, Susanne
Theban, Polly
Theis, Robert
Thimmesh, Hilary
Torrens, Robert
Traynor and Hermanson
Traynor, Hermanson, and Hahn Architects, Inc.
Twin Cities Testing Laboratory, Inc.
University of Massachusetts
W., A.
Wagner, Harold
Weick, Ray
Wong, Andrew
Zaralban, Albert
Zekala, Edward
Zoldos and Meagher
Zoldos, John
Saint John

Exterior Elevations (No. A9)

Drawings   217  browse all »

Swimming Pavilion Frame Study

Correspondence   182  browse all »


Breuer’s office began working on the comprehensive plan for Saint John’s Abbey and University Complex in May of 1953. More than a decade later, in 1966, Breuer designed a Campus Center containing a student union and swimming pavilion. Had it been built, the Campus Center would have been bordered by residence halls to the south. Design development drawings show Breuer working through a number of designs for the exterior façade of the student union before settling on a version consisting of vertical bays in which rectangular windows fronted by precast concrete sunshades alternated with brick panels. The two-story building contained a snack bar with a terrace, a billiard room and offices on the lower floor and a kitchen and dining room on the upper floor.