Set into the slope of the hills above the entrance to the campus, this award-winning Stubbins design features a grouping of three separate buildings connected by glass corridors. The scalloped roof of the Gryzmish Building identifies a decorative motif popular in the fifties and sixties. The introduction of subtle color effect in the purple slate panels unifies the complex. An important functional characteristic of all three buildings is the flexibility of interior space.
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Bernstein-Marcus Administration Center, Irving Presidential Enclave, and Gryzmish Academic Center
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