Healthy Building, Healthy Landscape, Healthy Student, Part I

© Jeffrey Totaro

Blending Campus and Urban Context

The project looks onto South 4th and Walnut streets on the northwestern edge of campus, wrapping around the 1906 Walnut Street West library and maintaining views of its signature bay window and façade. © Jeffrey Totaro
© Jeffrey Totaro
While the project added 250,000 GSF of new construction, it restored nearly 60% of the previously developed site with native vegetation, prioritizing green space for students and the community. © Jeffrey Totaro

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