Final Campus Master Plan Available

Final Campus Master Plan Available

The 2013 Campus Master Plan for Andrews University is now available for download here. This plan was approved and adopted by the Andrews University Board of Trustees in June 2013. The plan, prepared by the School of Architecture’s graduate design studio in collaboration with university administration and the campus community, was recognized with a 2013 Honor Award by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Michigan...

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Campus Master Plan Draft Available

A draft of the 2013 Campus Master Plan for Andrews University is available for download and review by clicking here. This draft is a revised first draft and is intended for introduction and review purposes only. Although a general outline and the graphic content of this document have already been presented to the Andrews University Campus Planning Committee, the draft has yet to be reviewed in detail. The authors of this document anticipate...

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Final Push to complete Campus Master Plan

Final Push to complete Campus Master Plan

The Campus Design Studio has been relatively silent since late October, but work has been progressing steadily. On November 14, 2012 the team presented a draft document to the Andrews University Campus Master Planning Committee for review and feedback. This draft is available for download here and includes a proposed set of master planning principles, goals, regulating plans, and a series of case studies for specific building, landscape, and...

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Team meets with Administration and Alumni

Team meets with Administration and Alumni

Last week included several opportunities for the team to present its current work to university administration, the general faculty, and AU architecture alumni for review and comment. On October 22, Andrew von Maur presented a summary of current work to the Campus Master Planning Committee, which is chaired by President Niels-Erik Andreasen. Members of a committee had a chance to weigh in on significant issues and recommended a variety of next...

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Second Workshop presents Alternative Campus Futures

Second Workshop presents Alternative Campus Futures

The second campus-wide workshop was held on October 4 at the Campus Center to present and discuss alternative concepts that can inform the revised Campus Master Plan. Seventy-five students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members reviewed a series of illustrative drawings and studies representing distinct choices and trade-offs concerning future campus development. The work represents the culmination of an intense and collaborative design...

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