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230 - Trinity University: Preserving Campus Character and the O’Neil Ford Legacy

• Lawrence Speck, FAIA | Senior Principal | Page
• Stanley Graves, FAIA | Senior Principal | Architexas
• Ryan Losch, AIA | Associate/Urban Designer | Page
Date: 11/11/2017 | Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Room: 6B
LUHs: 1 | HSW: Yes | ADA: No | GBCI: No | SD: Yes
Capacity: Unlimited
Through October 02: $0.00
Through November 03: $0.00
Onsite November 03: $0.00

Over three-quarters of Trinity University’s campus buildings were designed and sited by renowned Texas architect O’Neil Ford, FAIA. For the first time since Ford’s work, Trinity undertook a master plan to guide future development on campus. Recognizing the value that Ford’s buildings add to the campus cohesion and richness of character, the plan proposes preservation or rehabilitation of these mid-century modern gems and implements design guidelines to extend the character to new areas of campus.

*Courses marked "SD" may qualify for Sustainable Design for the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners.