Arizona State University West Campus Sun Devil Fitness Complex Model

Arizona State University West Campus Sun Devil Fitness Complex

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    • The team's goals for the Arizona State University West Campus Sun Devil Fitness Complex included a design that respects the traditional brick campus context yet reflects the culture of tomorrow's students;  becomes the social anchor as the campus transitions from commuter focus to residential; defines the south edge of an emerging quad; reflects the sustainability goals of ASU; and attracts students into a program that will lead to an appreciation of life-long fitness skills. Integrated design concepts include:
      • Sustainable planning with building massing and orientation
      • Maximize north views framing the quad
      • Respect the campus typology of courtyard planning
      • Complement the existing brick campus and colonnade context at the base
      • Insert a ‘contemporary’ metal ‘iPod’ into the ‘contextual’ brick docking station base
      • Develop a user friendly interface of program elements as “Apps” on the north façade
      • Create a three story volume of activity and “fitness neighborhoods”

      This project received LEED Gold certification.

    • In collaboration with 360 Architecture

      Architekton Studio Team
      Shawn Kaffer
      John Kane
      Greg McDowell
      Tom Reilly
      Michael Rosso
      Brie Smith
      Rachel Usher
    • 360 Architecture Team
      James Braam
      Anton Foss
      Adam Groth
      Ed Hurtig
      Kimberly Lammers
      Paul Leskovac
      Tony Riddle
      Jeff Verkamp

      Project Team
      Owner: Arizona State University
      Construction Team: Haydon Building Corp
      Mechanical/Plumbing/Electrical: Henderson Engineers
      Structural: PK Associates
      Civil: Dibble Engineering
      Acoustical: Acoustical Design Group
      Landscape Architect: Ten Eyck
      Geotech: Speedie & Associates
      Aquatic: Counsilman-Hunsaker
      AV/Data: Jeremiah Associates
      LEED: Ecological Environments
      Photographer: Timmerman Photography, Inc.
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