Harvard Business School’s Kresge Hall, which was built in the 1950s and served primarily as an executive education dining center, was slated to be torn down to make space for a replacement facility. While the campus stood to gain an important new building, a pressing question became what to do in the interim. How could Harvard accommodate the students taking part in the executive education program? The school needed a solution that was cost-effective, could be mobilized quickly and, above all, did not look like a temporary fix.
HOW SPRUNG DELIVERED
Sprung and Kitchens to Go (KTG) teamed up to supply an 80’ x 110’ structure, complete with a wide array of modular kitchen amenities. Featuring glazing walls and translucent daylight panels, the structure’s refined finishes and exterior appearance were an aesthetic fit with the other buildings on campus.