Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority at the University of Rhode Island

Zeta Tau Alpha
Architectural Design
South Kingstown, RI
Project type

Revitalized and enhanced living spaces

An incredible transformation to the Zeta Tau Alpha chapter house at the University of Rhode Island created a new home for its members to enjoy well into the future. In addition to a dramatic makeover of the front of the house, our team worked with the housing corporation to determine the necessary renovations and additions.

We designed the new 2,574-square-foot addition to accommodate a new foyer, living room, TV lounge, and kitchen. The existing house was then reimagined to expand living spaces throughout. The dining room increased its capacity from 35 to 60 members, creating a serving area for the members and more room to host meals. The house director’s suite on the main level and community bathrooms on two residential floors were expanded and renewed. Traditional finishes completed the interior architecture and integrated the chapter’s crest where possible. A common outdoor living space with room for studying, dining, and socializing provides various environments for members to enjoy and an opportunity to get fresh air.

Project contact

Steve Malin

Principal, Specialty Leader

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