We are pleased to share with our brothers concept renderings of our new chapter house to be built at our existing 165 4th Street NW location. The house design has been developed by a combined team of six alumni and six actives working with our chosen architect, Hug & Associates. Special thanks to brothers Greg Munna, Phil Smallwood, Dave Varner, and Adam Berger who have anchored the Building Committee team responsible for the design process.
The new house will be developed in the Collegiate Gothic style but with contemporary industrial steel detailing. This style will relate well to the academic architecture of the Georgia Tech East Campus but with a high tech contemporary flair. The house will incorporate several features that will distinctly brand it as Delta Sigma Phi, including the lower terrace welcome plaza; the first floor welcome bridge; enlarged front terrace and lawn space; 14-foot vaulted chapter room ceilings; open air design integrating the chapter room and brother's lounge with the front terrace via three large French doors; and a second floor balcony.
The three-floor design will provide living space for 42 brothers with a 33% increase in average bedroom size. Enhanced social and group study areas on all floors will facilitate fellowship and academic achievement while enhanced first floor space will support on premises preparation and serving of meals to the brotherhood.
Lastly, the ground level welcome plaza (equipped with elevator) and the first floor alumni lounge will provide welcoming accommodations for alumni visits and gatherings. Click the following links to see the latest floor plans and an animated rendering of the outside of the house.
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