Princeton University has selected three design firms with which it will work to revamp its campus dining halls, according to a report in the Princeton Weekly Bulletin. They are Michael Graves & Associates of Princeton, Sheila Bridges Design of New York and Mesher Shing of Seattle. Each will work on a different dining facility. The project is part of Princeton’s plan to convert its current system of five two-year colleges to three four-year residential colleges paired with three two-year ...
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