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LEVEL 3 1 FACULTY LOUNGE 2 FACULTY TERRACE 3 EVENT COURTYARD 4 GREEN ROOF 5 COLLABORATION AREA 6 FACULTY 7 MECHANICAL

LEVEL 2 1 BOARD ROOM 2 DEAN’S SUITE 3 GRADUATE LOUNGE 4 GRADUATE TERRACE 5 IT SUITE 6 60-SEAT EXECUTIVE CLASSROOM 7 GROUP STUDY 8 ADVISING SUITE

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SITE PLAN/LEVEL 1 1 WEST ENTRY 2 CENTRAL ATRIUM 3 EAST ENTRY 4 215-SEAT LECTURE HALL 5 BUSINESS LAB 6 COMPUTER LAB 7 CAFE 8 TRADE FLOOR 9 ADVISING SUITE 10 TUTORING SUITE 11 120-SEAT CLASSROOM 12 RESEARCH CENTERS 13 GROUP STUDY 14 SOUTH ENTRY 15 LOADING

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Previous spread Students study in the building’s central atrium, or agora. Opposite page The upper floor houses an acre of academic offices. It projects over the lower floors with the support of the iconic V-shaped columns. This page The monumental stair connects exterior paths to the building’s main east-west axis. Students collaborate in one of the many touchdown spaces.

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11/12 2013

Texas Architect 77

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...

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...