Emory University, Emerson Hall
Emerson Hall is designed as part of the University’s science complex that includes teaching and research in chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer science, and environmental studies. The science complex is a major component in the implementation of the University’s master plan and features an “Emory based language” of tile roofs, stucco walls and stone detailing. The 115,000 square foot Emerson Hall provides research labs for bimolecular and physical chemistry, an advanced electron microscopy facility, an 800 megahertz NMR, control temperature rooms and hazardous material storage space. Non wet lab space includes the Center for Scientific Computation, Mathematics offices and seminar rooms.