The student union idea traces back to England when in 1815 the Cambridge Union Society was established as a debate club. Two hundred years in the making, today’s student centers foster community by creating sustainable environments where all are invited to gather, celebrate, collaborate, participate and learn from one another. Places where leadership is fostered and understanding occurs, student centers connect those who seek opportunities to engage, inspire, and make a difference. More than being the social heart of campus, student centers are a reflection of how an institution regards its students. Requiring the maximum imagination and care, great student unions are tailor-made.
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Doing More With Less – A Space For All Reasons05.19.2017 | John Burse
Inspired innovation in the face of budget constraint.
Designing for the Dimensions of Being (Human), Part 311.01.2016 | Marcus Adrian
Part 3 in Marcus Adrian’s series on where architecture and human potential collide.
Finding Beauty In the Discarded – Henry Hornbostel at Emory University09.20.2016 | John Burse
Discusses Henry Hornbostel’s creative use of discarded marble in his early buildings at Emory University.
Catching the Wave of Advanced Wood Construction Concepts09.09.2016 | Greg Frankenfeld
Cross laminated timber, or CLT, is gaining momentum in America’s design and construction industry.