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Sorensen Partners | Architects + Planners

Sorensen Partners | Architects + Planners

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Sorensen Partners Projects

“Nurtured Learning Communities” & “Conveners”

Inspired by the dual goals of (1) personalizing and bringing specificity to academic study areas and (2) locating nurturing staff and faculty as learning “Conveners” in close proximity to study spaces, Sorensen Partners | Architects + Planners, Inc. – working closely with our higher education […]

Sunburst House – White Mountains, NH

Sunburst House – White Mountains, NH

Under construction this summer, Sorensen Partners’ Sunburst House is a 1,000 square foot home in the White Mountains used as a primary residence and studio/guest house. The eighty-foot long structure is united under a single stress-skin panel roof and is clad in Corten steel and […]

Horse Thieves Tavern, Dedham MA

Horse Thieves Tavern, Dedham MA

Sorensen Partners is Architect and Interior Designer for Horse Thieves Tavern in Dedham, MA. The new restaurant at the corner of Washington and High Streets is presently under construction by Sincere Construction of Cambridge, MA. The project includes design and construction of the new restaurant and […]

Camp Manitou Flagpole Area, Amphitheater & Basketball Courts

Camp Manitou Flagpole Area, Amphitheater & Basketball Courts

Our Flagpole Area, Amphitheater, and Basketball Courts for Camp Manitou in Oakland, Maine is complete! Great work by landscape contractor William Mushero, Inc. The project scope includes the Flagpole Area, Amphitheater, and three Basketball Courts at the center of camp in view of the lakefront. This […]

High-rise Housing for Berkeley Investments

High-rise Housing for Berkeley Investments

Sorensen Partners studied three options for adapting an existing four-story masonry warehouse building into high-rise housing for Boston-based Berkeley Investments. The first scenario (53,000 GSF/66 units) adapted the existing masonry warehouse building. The second scenario (141,000 GSF/169 units) demolished a rear wing of the existing building and replaced it […]

Special Collections Room for Rowan University Libraries

Special Collections Room for Rowan University Libraries

Sorensen Partners is Architect and Interior Designer for Rowan University Campbell Library’s new University Special Collections & Archives Room, which opens in summer 2017. Located adjacent to the lobby on the library’s third floor, the 4,200 square-foot Special Collections Room includes a reading room, climate-controlled […]

Camp Somerset Architecture & Masterplanning

Camp Somerset Architecture & Masterplanning

Sorensen Partners is Architect and Masterplanner for 42-acre Camp Somerset for Girls in Smithfield, Maine. Historic Camp Somerset operated between 1921 and 1986. The new owners are resurrecting the spectacular site as a premier outdoor learning environment. Our architecture and masterplanning work includes the dining […]

Learning Commons for Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

Learning Commons for Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

Sorensen Partners is Architect and Interior Designer for the renovation of three signature spaces on the main floor of Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology in Boston, Massachusetts. The Library, Academic Success Center, and Career Center have improved with optimized footprints, acoustics and privacy, lighting, furniture, […]

‘Knowledge Constellation’ : Visualizing Discovery

‘Knowledge Constellation’ : Visualizing Discovery

Sorensen Partners is working with academic librarians from MIT, Northeastern University and Georgia Institute of Technology, faculty and library scholars to create an analytic bibliographic tool and physical infrastructure to visualize knowledge origins and track the evolution of distinct research hypotheses with the working title […]