top of page


Campus design

FALL 2014

Designing University which has the function of an earthworm, making the environment more interactive and architecturally built and with equal importance to the landscape. The primary goal of the university’s Campus Design Principles is to reaffirm the university’s design approach to the contemporary interpretation of revival campus architecture, including massing, scale, groupings, arrangements, design features, colors, textures, and other contextual design opportunities.

Equally important to the “sense of place” the character of the open spaces, passages, and outdoor “rooms” which form such a memorable campus landscape. It is the careful integration of buildings and open space which ultimately define the physical presence of a campus

bottom of page