GLS:哈斯商学院是著名建筑师Charles Moore的最后作品。这是商学院在确立合作和价值观驱动基调方面的革命性举措,目前正在分两个阶段进行扩展和翻新。

GLS:The Haas School of Business was the final work by renowned architect Charles Moore. Revolutionary among business schools for setting a collaborative and values-driven tone, it is now being expanded and renovated in two phases.




To update Moore’s intimate courtyard spaces in the first phase, GLS focused on flexibility so that the business school could accommodate commencements and fundraisers, improving the heart of the school as a civic and collegial space. Moore’s organically shaped, elevated concrete planters were replaced with a richly detailed 4-part patchwork of plantings, stone, concrete pavers and stainless steel letters. The new open layout allows movable furniture and 12 large Red Maples to be placed onto a patterned grid of black granite, creating intimate spaces without inhibiting the temporary placement of event structures. The apparent simplicity of the plaza conceals elaborate Silva Cell detailing below the surface of the 14,000 square foot site.



摄影: Patrik Argast

Project name: Haas School of Business
Project type: Education Place
Location: Berkeley, California,American
Completed: 2013
Design company: GLS
Photography: Patrik Argast


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