State University of New York at Albany

Edward Durell Stone
1964




This 400-acre campus is essentially symmetrical with a large plaza in the center, administration and classroom buildings surrounding the plaza, and four dormitory areas at each corner of the campus.

Plan of the campus, the central plaza and its tower.

 

Views of the plaza: left--directly across from the entrance with the domed building opposite the entrance; center and right--the plaza with the sunken courtyard, pool and fountain

 
Loggias are part of the courtyard side of all the buildings with Stone's trademark pierced roof. (See the New Graduate Residence Hall at the University of Chicago.)
 

Views of the entrance

 

A typical facade and the domed structure opposite the entrance





Click here to see the dormitory area of the State University of New York at Albany.


Other works on this site by Stone include: Amoco Building, New Graduate Residence Hall (University of Chicago), and New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.


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