Arizona State University Institute of Religion Model

Arizona State University Institute of Religion

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    • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Institute of Religion is a privately funded 40,000 sf religious and learning facility located within the campus of ASU. The building forms a connecting plaza with it's adjacent 600-vehicle parking structure. The project's stormwater retention is translated into four usable sunken courts at the corners of the building, creating outdoor teaching and gathering spaces. Brick masonry, precast concrete, horizontal aluminum louvers, vertical trellis, and translucent onyx are used to render the building's traditional forms into the contemporary context of the University and its desert climate.
    • Studio Team
      Douglas Brown
      John Cahoon
      Jeff Consbruck
      Mike Flanders
      Todd Gordon
      Jaime Henderson
      John Kane
      Christopher Kelly
      Gregory Lambright
      Mike Monaghan
      Chris Niesen
      Bill Osborne
      Don Rucker
    • Project Team
      Owner: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
      Structural: Brickey Design Associates
      Mechanical/Plumbing: Applied Engineering
      Electrical: Systems Design Engineering, Inc.
      Civil: Southgate Associates
      Landscape: Moore/Swick Partnership
      Fire Protection: Grainger Consultants
      Parking Structure: Kracor, Inc.
      Lighting: RC Lurie/Darryl Gregg
      Envelope: Arcadia/Ken Martinek
      Contractor: Layton Construction Co.
      Photographer: Architekton, Michael T. Masengarb–Architekton, John Cahoon–Architekton, Heather Landvatter–Architekton
    • Awards
      2008 Southwest Contractor Best of 2008: Best Masonry Project        2008 Arizona Masonry Guild Award of Excellence

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