University Street Feasibility Study featured in A&AA Bulletin

Does it all fit? Planning for a new A&AA on University Street

Wednesday, July 18, 2012  
A UO study examines use of a University Street complex for academic and student activities.

The recently completed feasibility study of University Street by Rowell Brokaw Architects set out to examine the “superblock” of campus space along University Street from East 15th to East 18th Avenues in Eugene. With the recent endorsement by the UO’s Acting Provost Lorraine Davis, this site could become the future home of the School of Architecture and Allied Arts. The principal question the architects needed to answer was simple: Does it all fit? But of equal importance was the more complex question of how this site can become a vibrant part of the UO campus and create a new architectural pattern for academic and student activities in this area. 
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Above: 1950's aerial photograph of the U of O campus

Above: Diagram of the proposed framework for existing and proposed buildings and the campus open space recommendations from the University Street Study by Rowell Brokaw Architect