Richardson Olmsted Campus

Connecting with the future, through the past. Reuse. Restoration. Transformation.

H.H. Richardson, who is one of “The Recognized Trinity of American Architecture,” constructed this Richardson Romanesque-style campus of buildings more than 140 years ago.

America’s landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed Central Park in New York City, as well as Buffalo’s beautiful park system, designed the grounds and gardens throughout the campus.

As we move toward the future, the restoration and reuse of this National Historic Landmark preserves the historic elements of this iconic structure, just as it transitions into the modern Hotel Henry and the Buffalo Architecture Center. This work is the result of countless constituencies and individuals, including project design architect Deborah Berke, who is committed to “making old buildings relevant in today’s world.”

Hotel Henry is the first phase and 1/3 of the redevelopment of the Richardson Olmsted Campus. Alongside and intertwined with the hotel and conference center will be the Buffalo Architecture Center. Future phases of renovation and landscape improvements are continuing and will be directed by the Richardson Center Corporation.

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Flynn Battaglia Architects—Buffalo, NY
Deborah Berke Partners—New York City, NY
Goody Clancy—Boston, MA
Andropogon Associates — Philadelphia, PA
LP Ciminelli — Buffalo, NY

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