Blue Wall Cafe

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Blue Wall Cafe

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Amherst, MA
Blue Wall Dining at Lincoln Campus Center
Architect: Bruner/Cott & Associates
Owner: University of Massachusetts Amherst
Size:
32,000 sq. ft.
Awards & Publications:
– American School & University – Top Collegiate Design Award, Educational Interiors
– Learning by Design – Outstanding Project Award, New Construction
– Food Management 2015 Best Concept Awards – Best Renovation
LEED Silver CI-Retail registered
Photographer
: © Richard Mandelkorn (courtesy of Bruner/Cott)


The 14 Best College Dining Halls in America

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Sure, they have a pho station (better described as “awesome noodle and sprouts soup with beef and sh*t”), but that’s just the beginning. Sometimes they hold “special days where they bring in a DJ and have some crazy exotic foods.” It gets better: there was…

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Blue Wall Café at the UMass Amherst Lincoln Campus Center

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A renovated campus center eatery with a focus on sustainability and fresh, healthful food features 10 self-contained, European-inspired bistro-style concepts that offer a casual, urban dining experience, as well as the gourmet Harvest Market.

Read more at:  Foodservice Equipment & Supplies Magazine

UMBA Completes $19M Campus Dining Renovation at UMass Amherst

1320.003dFollowing a $19 million renovation led by UMass Building Authority, the former Blue Wall in the Lincoln Campus Center has been transformed into a state-of-the-art dining concept featuring 12 food stations serving freshly prepared, sustainable and healthy food.

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Blue Wall to undergo renovations
Blue Wall to undergo renovations

Students who frequent the Blue Wall for meals will soon be forced to find alternatives as the University of Massachusetts plans to undergo renovations of the dining area after the end of this semester.

Continue reading at: Massachusetts Daily Collegian