Carnegie Mellon University

Lee Lobby

Lee Lobby, commonly referred to as the Brown Chairs, serves as the grand entrance to the Cohon Center and as the new front door to Carnegie Mellon's campus. Accentuated with natural light from floor to ceiling windows, the lobby is adorned with a spectacular Dale Chihuly glass sculpture, donated by board of trustees member Ed Frank and his wife Sarah Ratchye. Lee Lobby overlooks two beautiful rain gardens which nourish indigenous plants and vegetation.

Lee Lobby

Lee Lobby - view from main entrance

Twenty lounge chairs with six table equipped with power encourage make Lee Lobby an ideal gathering, study, and socializing space for the entire community.

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Lee Lobby

Lee Lobby

Twenty lounge chairs with six table equipped with power encourage make Lee Lobby an ideal gathering, study, and socializing space for the entire community.

View the virtual tour of Lee Lobby.

Lee Lobby

Lee Lobby - view toward rain gardens

Twenty lounge chairs with six table equipped with power encourage make Lee Lobby an ideal gathering, study, and socializing space for the entire community.

View the virtual tour of Lee Lobby.

Lee Lobby

Lee Lobby

Staircase to the second floor leads directly up to Au Bon Pain at Skibo Café.

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Lee Lobby

Lee Lobby - view from second floor balcony

Twenty lounge chairs with six table equipped with power encourage make Lee Lobby an ideal gathering, study, and socializing space for the entire community.

View the virtual tour of Lee Lobby.