University of Georgia East Campus

University of Georgia East Campus

University of Georgia East Campus

We conduced the programming and planning to consolidate the 109,000SF of School of Art programming on a new part of campus.


UGA-Campus-Plan
Campus Plan
Fourteen departments and programs in seven buildings were to be brought together in a new 210,000SF building, on a hillside site by the Oconee River, joining the Georgia Museum of Art, the Performing Arts Center, and the School of Music.
UGA Site Analysis
Site Analysis
UGA Adjacencies Diagram
Adjacencies Diagram
The design for the new building is driven by the need for north light in numerous studios and outdoor work space for many departments, balanced by cost effective double-loaded efficiency floors with 16 foot ceilings.
circulstion diagram screenshot
Circulation Diagram
program site screenshot
Site Context
The program connects exterior and interior exhibition space, lecture halls, and over 200 studios to a courtyard that will be the focal point for events on the University’s East Campus.
model screenshot
We performed a LEED evaluation during the planning stage, and studied, developed, and incorporated sustainable solutions throughout all stages of the project.
render screenshot
This arts village on the hill will create a dynamic and stimulating environment for the UGA arts departments.
Year
2007
Location
Athens, Georgia
Typology
Cultural, Public, Institutional, Higher Education
Size
210000 SF
Design Team
Jonathan Marvel, FAIA
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