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SMU – Promenade

SMU – Crain Family Centennial Promenade

Architect: NOVOarchitecture

Owner: The Office of Christopher Miller

The Crain Family Centennial Promenade provides a convenient pedestrian passageway through the heart of the SMU campus, connecting the Hughes-Trigg Student Center with the Residential Commons. Part of SMU’s Second Century Campaign, the walkway is lined with custom-engraved pavers – a donation from the students, faculty and alumni, and also through a generous donation from The Crain Foundation.

10,000+ sponsored pavers 62,808 SF of Sidewalks 50,000 SF of hardscape

Project Details

  • Promenade was made possible through a generous donation from The Crain Foundation
  • Part of SMU’s Second Century Campaign
Sponsored pavers are engraved with names of students, faculty and alumni

Tree-lined path with sitting areas

Tree-lined path with sitting areas

Sponsored pavers are engraved with names of students, faculty and alumni

Promenade was made possible through a generous donation from the Crain family

Promenade was made possible through a generous donation from the Crain family

Space to Thrive