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Jamie Sinz

Jamie Sinz

San Francisco, CA, US

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Amphitheater seating and outdoor even space
Amphitheater seating and outdoor even space
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Stanford University Huang Engineering Center

Sited strategically along the primary east-west axis that bisects Stanford’s new Science and Engineering Quad (SEQ), the Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center is the most prominent building on the quad. The octagonal pavilion, which houses the most public and regionally significant program components, serves as a campus hub for students, faculty and visitors of the School of Engineering. It is here that interaction and collaboration are encouraged among the strategic storytelling components turn the space into a living museum.

 

The Huang Engineering Center is the most programmatically diverse building the SEQ. Regional program components include the School of Engineering Library, an 80 seat executive board room, a 300-seat auditorium, two 40-seat interactive classrooms, three fabrication shops, a visualization lab, and a student workshop. The building also houses faculty, staff and student work spaces including the Office of the Dean of Engineering.
 

Completed with Boora

Completed: 2010

Building size: 126,000 GSF
Sustainability: Pursuing LEED Platinum
Role: Designer, Technical Assist
Responsibilities: Programming Lead, Client Presentations, Revit Modeling, Construction Documents, Consultant Coordination

 
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Status: Built
Location: Stanford, CA, US

 
Ground floor level of Atrium
Ground floor level of Atrium
Main lobby with open stair
Main lobby with open stair

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