Gallery: Gorgeous Myrtle Hall Shows Off Pratt Institute’s Commitment to...

Brooklyn-based Pratt Institute celebrated the opening of Myrtle Hall this week, which houses the Department of Digital Arts, the Digital Arts Lab, and a number of other student services and offices. The striking building serves to revitalize Myrtle Avenue and also exhibits Pratt Institute's dedication to environmental sustainability. Awaiting its LEED Gold certification, Myrtle Hall makes use of a green roof, solar power, daylighting and much more to become Brooklyn's first higher education building to be LEED certified.

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  1. Heaven June 1, 2011 at 10:46 am

    It’s spooky how cevler some ppl are. Thanks!

  2. Kassi June 1, 2011 at 10:34 am

    Thanks for srahing. What a pleasure to read!

  3. lazyreader January 14, 2011 at 7:50 am

    As school space fine. However older buildings can be refitted with new use in mind. Office buildings converted into an apartment and vice-verse. No will live in this building (who’s facade resembles a bar code) after years as office space.

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