Oak Hall at University of ConnecticutEdit profile
Two new buildings, Oak and Laurel Halls, provide a new home to five academic departments and 40 new classrooms at the heart of the campus. Together, the two LEED Gold buildings resonate with each other, shaping the crossroads of the campus. The compact Laurel Hall contains two large lecture halls in a Low copper faced volume as well as 17 smaller classrooms located in a three-story brick volume. A green roof is located over the lower volume containing the large lecture halls. The linear Oak Hall accommodates faculty departments on the upper three floors, with a large lecture hall and classrooms primarily located at ground level. Two L-shaped brick volumes, intersected by a large connector on the upper three departmental floors maximize necessary office perimeter space. while creating two copper Lined interconnected courtyards.
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