ARCHITECTURE

 

   

Black Mountain College Project  


Architecture Section

Introduction

Chronology

Black Mountain and Asheville

CAMPUSES
Blue Ridge Campus
Lake Eden Campus

Guide to the Campuses
and Maps

Curriculum

Biographies
of Architects

Architecture related publications

Section Outline


 

 

To Second Floor
To typed plan showing names of occupants

The first floor plan shows the large central lobby, though which all activity passed. On either side were offices, faculty apartments, student studies and dormitory rooms. In the first year the college decided that each student would have a private room as a study and that they would share rooms for sleeping.

On the left wing were offices and the YMCA library. Faculty apartments were located on all three floors of the extension of the left wing. Faculty with children lived in nearby cottages. On the right wing were student studies and dormitory rooms.

Lee Hall floor plans, 1940-41. North Carolina State Archives, Black Mountain College Papers.

   

The Black Mountain College Project gratefully acknowledges a grant from the Graham Foundation
for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts for a study of architecture at Black Mountain College.