Joseph Fain

Joseph Fain

Greenville, SC, US


Georgia Institute of Technology Klaus Advanced Computing Building

This 210,000 square foot building houses Georgia Tech's most advanced research labs for the College of Computing and Engineering.  The building also includes undergraduate learning spaces that serve a highly innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum for the College of Computing.

The Klaus Building is a campus landmark – connecting major pedestrian cross-axis with Technology Square and providing a gateway into the shared Computing Science and Engineering Quadrangle.  The three-story atrium is a focal point for the science and engineering community featuring a grand glass staircase and wall of windows overlooking the courtyard and the center of campus.  An elevated pedestrain link passes through the center of the building connecting to sister buildings, strengthening the academic community.  The bridge's exterior laminated glass walls include translucent binary code graphics with the name of the new building.

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Status: Built
Location: Atlanta, GA, US
My Role: Team - Design Development and Construction Documents