Ackerman Student Union, UCLA

Rebecca L. Binder
1996



Binder was commissioned to redesign the 1960's existing five-story student union (in the rear) and to design an addition--40,000 square feet in a new two-story base. Made of cast-in-place concrete with horizontal bands in sandstone, the addition focusses interest on the entrance pavilion.

The long front and entrance

 

The corner and main entrance

 
 

The roof with open-air seating (under golden umbrellas) and the arced trellises of glu-lam beams




Click here to see the back, details, and interior views of the Ackerman Student Union.


Other works on this site by Binder include: Information Computer Sciences/Engineering Research Facility, U. C. Irvine, Phoenix Grill, U. C. Irvine, and University Dining Complex, California Polytechnic State University.


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