Butler University Mixed-Use Development, Conceptual Design
Our concept for this mixed-use development was to activate the site with architectural elements that engage students, faculty, residents, and visitors. The concept establishes a new gateway into the campus, and includes a restaurant, 10,000 sft of retail space, 85,000 sft of apartment and townhouse housing, 50,000-sft hotel, 1,050-space garage, and administrative space. Our design focused on creating a transitional architectural aesthetic that meets a 50-year minimum life span and enhances the campus design.
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