The Cordish Family Pavilion is a small, striking building occupying a pivotal location at the Lenz Tennis Center at Princeton University. On the upper level, coaches’ offices and a glass-enclosed team meeting room, and covered observation deck overlook the courts. A masonry enclosure on the lower level houses locker rooms and equipment storage. Designed in the spirit of tennis, the pavilion’s simple, precise lines reflect the geometries of the courts and the elegance of the game.


Recreation Management Award
Society of Registered Architects of America Design Award of Merit
Boston Society of Architects Education Award



World Architecture News, Clever zinc-ing in New Jersey

The Architect’s Newspaper, Tennis Architecture from Newport to the Bronx


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