Inspired by the Southwestern landscape, the copper-clad HSEB sets a sustainable design precedent for the Phoenix Biomedical Campus.
The School of Nursing creates a dynamic identity and provides a stronger link to the Duke University Medical School Clinic and Medical Center.
The Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center is a model of student-centered design.
The Science, Engineering, and Technology Building sets the standard for community college science buildings in Maryland.
The new Integrated Sciences Building is the visible heart of the sciences at the head of the Science Mall. The three-story facility adjoins Williams Hall, a 1960s brutalist building that underwent extensive renovations.
The Morgan Business Center houses the Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management and is the first of three buildings in a new precinct.
A dynamic urban presence, vertical organization, and sustainable design distinguish this project as one of the most forward-thinking law school facilities in the country.
Teaching, learning, and research come together in this nearly 200,000-SF interdisciplinary building.
The Carey Business School inhabits four floors of an office building to provide students with the opportunity to interact with local businesses.
This major expansion of a 1977 campus building is designed to meet Loyola’s goal of increasing science program enrollment.
This seven-story building, constructed into a steep hill, occupies a prominent site on campus. It houses both the College of Optometry and the School of Nursing.