TCU Rees-Jones Hall
Rees-Jones Hall marks a groundbreaking initiative at TCU as the institution’s inaugural instructional building without a dedicated department or school. Our team designed each floor to feature 10 flexible-format classrooms accommodating up to 60 students, 12 group study rooms, and global seminar rooms facilitating virtual attendance to classes taught by professors worldwide, fostering cross-cultural interactions among students. Providing 24-hour access for students, the building hosts TCU’s Institute of Child Development and Institute of Energy, along with an “Ideas Factory” incubator lab space on one floor. Two connecting bridges link Rees-Jones Hall to the Mary Couts Burnett Library, while a transparent, interactive display wall in the lobby engages guests, promotes learning, and strengthens the TCU brand through media experiences connecting the university’s academic community to the study of crucial global issues.
Project Size: 60,000 square feet
Location: Fort Worth, TX
TCU Neeley School of Business