Siting and Architectural Issues
This chapter describes the way that decisions were made about the sites where campus buildings and facilities were to be located and about how the design elements of the buildings and landscapes themselves were determined. It unpacks the project design process and its contribution to the goal of a sustainable campus. Project design took the stage after the large-scale campus planning framework was set by the Master Plan and Development Plan. As noted previously, the Master Plan set the general location and type of future projects and the Development Plan set their timing and sequence within overall campus development priorities. When the time came to design an individual building or facility and the necessary funds were allocated, then the project design process began.
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