Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia--page 2 (of three pages)

Robert A. M. Stern
1996




Like Jefferson's "academical village" (the Lawn), though to the side of the main building rather than in front of it, the separate classroom pavilions are aligned, each connected internally and by covered walkways.

Left and center: the side of the main building with pavilions on each side; right: pavilions

 

Pavilions

 

Detail of pavilion and loggia

 

The building to the right of the main building--street side

 

The building to the right of the main building--courtyard side

 

Details of this building and loggia

 

Sponsors Hall--the executive residences


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