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post updated September 22, 2021

Rhode Island Architecture

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Rhode Island Buildings, USA. We aim to include projects that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both.

We cover completed Rhode Island buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across the state. The focus is on contemporary buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

Major Rhode Island Building Designs, alphabetical:

Sep 22, 2021
Rhode Island School of Design Quad Block Enhancement
Architect: Nader Tehrani of NADAAA
Rhode Island School of Design residences
photo : John Horner
Rhode Island School of Design Residences Renovation
Rhode Island School of Design has completed renovations to its Homer and South Hall residences, marking the end of phase three of the multiyear Quad block enhancement project, which includes multiple housing structures and a dining facility. Homer Hall was built in 1957 and South Hall in 1985.

August 12, 2021
Pell Bridge
Architect: Rhode Island School of Design Interior Architecture students
Pell Bridge pedestrian and cycling lanes
photograph Courtesy Rhode Island School of Design
Pell Bridge cycling and pedestrian lanes
The Pell Bridge measures 2.1 miles across and rises to a peak that stands 400 feet off the water to allow Navy aircraft carriers to pass underneath the roadbed below. Rhode Island School of Design’s Interior Architecture students have created innovative design proposals to add pedestrian and cycling lanes to Pell Bridge, an iconic suspension bridge connecting Newport and Jamestown, RI.

North Hall, 60 Waterman Street, Providence
Architect: NADAAA
North Hall RI
photograph : John Horner
North Hall in Rhode Island
Rhode Island School of Design Opens First Newly Constructed Residence Hall in 34 Years. The first cross-laminated timber-steel hybrid residence hall in New England, North Hall is an innovative model for reducing energy use, limiting environmental impact.

Berkowitz-Odgis House, Martha’s Vineyard
1984-88
Design: Steven Holl Architects

Jun 5, 2017
Brown University Performing Arts Center Building
Design: REX Architecture
Brown University Performing Arts Center site
image courtesy of architects
Brown University Performing Arts Center in Providence
Administered and programmed by the Brown Arts Initiative (BAI)—a consortium of six departments and two programs enhancing arts offerings at Brown—to serve students, faculty, staff, the greater Providence community, and beyond, the highly flexible facility is targeted for completion in the late fall of 2020.

A New House on College Hill
Friedrich St.Florian Architects
House on College Hill, Providence, Rhode Island
photograph : Warren Jagger
House in Providence
Conscious of view and transparency, the shiplap and cementboard-clad residence rests comfortably on a foundation of predetermined size. In disciplined modern vocabulary, the politely conservative front façade is a public face that provides privacy. The daring and completely glazed downhill side provides spectacular views of the Capital building and downtown skyline while simultaneously facilitating private open living.

Providence buildings
Providence house Rhode Island building
photograph © Adrian Welch

More Rhode Island Building projects online soon

Location: Rhode Island, north east United States of America

Developments in Neighbouring States to Rhode Island

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Contemporary Interiors

Harvard University Graduate Housing, Massachusetts
Design: Kyu Sung Woo Architects
Harvard University Graduate Housing

Natick Collection, Natick, Massachusetts
Design: Beyer Blinder Belle
Massachusetts Building

Buildings / photos for the Rhode Island Architecture page welcome