Texas Architect November/December 2013: Campus Architecture
This issue explores the value of architectural diversity and creative responses to context. The discussion begins with a series on the three presidential libraries in Texas. Located on university campuses, the libraries all respond to their academic settings in unique ways. Connection is a driving element of the other projects presented — a business school, museum, student center and dining hall, and race track. All strive to tie their respective campuses closer together with individual design statements.
SECOND FLOOR 1 FLEXIBLE AREA 2 MEDIA GALLERY 3 STUDIO 4 BRIDGE 5 WEST GALLERY 2 3 Top View from the top of the stair. The bridge to the left leads to the secondlevel exhibition space. Bottom The first-level West Gallery is a lower volume and is located adjacent to the stair. 1 4 5 11/12 2013 Texas Architect 85