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Stanford University Graduate School of Business Knight Management Center

Stanford, CA United States

Boora Architects

 

Project Description

The Knight Management Center is the new home of Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. A vibrant learning community that encourages interaction and collaboration, the Knight Center is a cohesive complex of eight buildings organized around a series of outdoor gathering spaces.

The complex features underground parking for 870 cars, an indoor/outdoor dining hall, 600-person lecture hall, and an abundance of classrooms, offices and amenities. The project’s architecture captures the essence of Stanford and provides a physical framework for the GSB’s new curriculum that emphasizes small classroom size, interdisciplinary collaboration and experiential teaching methods.

Awarded LEED Platinum certification, the Knight Center incorporates a wide range of sustainability strategies including daylighting, efficient systems, thought material selection, solar energy production, and water conservation and reuse.

 

Project Details

Stanford University Graduate School of Business Knight Management Center
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Project Team:
    Stanley G. Boles, FAIA
Consultants:
  • Landscape Architect: Peter Walker and Partners 
  • Structural Engineer: Arup 
  • Mechanical Engineer: Arup 
  • Electrical Engineer: Arup 
  • General Contractor: Turner Construction 
  • Art and Identity Installation: Peter Wegner and Sandstrom Partners 
 
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Project Size:
    730,000
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