Middlesex School-Landry House


Students Housed


Faculty Residences


The Landry House was built as a result of masterplan findings.

Following an intensive master planning exercise undertaken by CBT with Middlesex School, the need for a new campus residence emerged. This independent boarding school in the quiet suburbs west of Boston is known for its bucolic surroundings and Olmsted-designed campus. 

The site identified for the new Landry House is located along the winding drive to central campus and pairs the new building with an adjacent one. The tenth building on campus, the residence hall compliments the existing campus architecture and houses 34 students in single and double rooms. Additionally, there are three separate faculty residences in the building and a range of common spaces. This residence hall addition allows Middlesex to increase the percentage of boarders and to increase the number of faculty residences and single rooms offered on their scenic campus. 

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