UC Berkeley Lower Sproul Redevelopment in Architectural Record

“Town Meets Gown: With a renovation and a new building, a university redefines an important plaza and establishes a stronger connection between campus and the city.”

Clay was the Project Architect and one of the lead designers on the Lower Sproul Redevelopment project at UC Berkeley, which was recently written about here on Architectural Record by Clifford A. Pearson.  The project included a complete renovation of infamous Lower Sproul Plaza, and addition and renovation of the historical MLK Student Union building, and a brand new Eshleman Hall student center.

See more of the UC Berkeley Lower Sproul project here.

Architect of Record: Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners

photo: © Bruce Damonte