Gallery: Stanford’s Neukom Building Is a Stunning Low-Carbon Campus Cen...

With one of the most beautiful campuses in the United States, there are big shoes to fill when it comes to designing a new building for Stanford University. Ennead Architects took the challenge in stride when they were asked to design the William H Neukom Building, the new focal point for the university's law school. The architects implemented a number of strategies into the design, including measures to reduce the building's carbon footprint and to lower energy use to one-third of what a typical California building would use. Organized around a central landscaped courtyard, the Neukom Building is stoic enough for the quintessential law experience, but remains open and welcoming to students and visitors.

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