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McCord Hall at the W. P. Carey School of Business

McCord Hall at the W.P. Carey School of Business has transformed the Arizona State University campus, presenting a facility that reflects the world-class caliber of the school’s programs, research, and learning.

Courtesy of KPF – Photography: Tim Griffith

Defining the eastern edge of the business school district, the distinct wings of the new building frame the adjacent buildings and define an outdoor plaza. A monumental, four-story gateway frames the entrance to the school from Palm Walk at the northeast corner, while to the southwest, the plaza opens up to welcome visitors and the business school community.

Courtesy of KPF – Photography: Tim Griffith

Visible from all floors of the new building, the outdoor plaza of McCord Hall creates both a welcoming public space and a home for the graduate student community. A grand stair from the main lobby leads to the MBA study suite and graduate study lounges above.

Courtesy of KPF – Photography: Tim Griffith

With a design that considers the way employers value skills in the workforce, McCord Hall features 59 six-person team rooms to encourage on-campus collaboration for students. Each room is equipped with large screen displays and whiteboards to enhance group learning, and the building contains enough WiFi routers to allow every student to have up to three devices connected. Lounges have been provided for both quiet and more social study environments, as well as ample shaded outdoor spaces to meet and collaborate.

Courtesy of KPF – Photography: Tim Griffith

Project Info
Architects: KPF
Location: Arizona, United States
Client: Arizona State University
Team: RSP, Architect-of-Record
Size: 12,100 m2 / 129,300 ft2
Year: 2013
Type: Educational
Photography:  Tim Griffith

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