PACCAR Hall

PACCAR Hall
Mar 08, 2012
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PACCAR Hall_01 03.2012_PACCAR_07 A large, glass-enclosed cafe area has an enhanced sense of transparency and connection to the outdoors.

Photo: Doug Scott
PACCAR Hall_02 03.2012_PACCAR_06 The cantilevered volumes and welcoming entrance make PACCAR Hall a distinctive building. PACCAR Hall received a citation in the 2011 AIA Committee on Architecture for Educational Facility Design Awards.

Photo: Doug Scott
PACCAR Hall_03 03.2012_PACCAR_05 The building's interior spaces have a strong connection to the outdoors, with floor-to-ceiling sindows offering views of Denny Hall, the oldest building on campus. PACCAR Hall received a citation in the 2011 AIA Committee on Architecture for Educational Facility Design Awards.

Photo: Nic Lehoux
PACCAR Hall_04 03.2012_PACCAR_04 The atrium's gathering spaces, defined by outsized brick piers, have comfortable couches, chairs, and large-scale floor lamps for each seating area. Skylights along the length of the atrium allow natural daylight in.

Photo: Nic Lehoux
PACCAR Hall_05 03.2012_PACCAR_03 In an art installation, LED displays in long narrow strips are embedded within a brick pier next to the cafe. The displays either show images of bricks or a ticker tape of words sent via text message by students completing the phrase "Business is..."

Photo: Michael Burns
PACCAR Hall_06 03.2012_PACCAR_02 Key words related to business are embedded in the floor at the elevator entrance.

Photo: Michael Burns
PACCAR Hall_07 03.2012_PACCAR_01 Seating areas along the atrium within this finely detailed interior make this an inviting space for students and faculty to relax.

Photo: Nic Lehoux