Highland Hall Residences Stanford University / LEGORRETA

Highland Hall Residences Stanford University / LEGORRETA

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Dorms  · 
Stanford, United States
  • Architects Authors of this architecture project LEGORRETA
  • Area Area of this architecture project
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Daltile, Durkan Carpet, Graphisoft, Kohler, Kone, Masland, Porcelanosa Grupo
  • Interior Design

  • Team

    Víctor Legorreta, Miguel Almaraz, Adriana Ciklik, Carlos Vargas, Miguel Alatriste, Tania Bárcena, Daniel Rosselló, Brenda Mendoza, Paulina Gutiérrez, Lourdes del Val, Rebeca Cors, Maggy Carral
  • Associate and Executive Architect

  • Steinberg Team

    Rob Steinberg, Ernest T. Yamane, Jonathan Chao, Mani Farhadi, Maggie Zhang, and Frank Sheng
  • Photography

    Hunter Kerhart
  • Landscape Architecture

    Tom Leader Studio
  • Client

    Stanford University
  • Structural Design

    KPFF Consulting Engineers
  • Mechanical Design

    Therma Corporation
  • Electrical Design

    Sprig Electric
  • Plumbing Design

    W.L. Hickey Sons, Inc.
  • Acoustical Design

    Charles M. Salter Associates, Inc.
  • Lighting Consultant

    J S Nolan Associates Lighting Design, LLC
  • Kitchen Consultant

    Jenanyan Design
  • Security Consultant

  • Cost Estimator

    Devcon Construction Incorporated
  • Contractor

    Devcon Construction Incorporated
  • Art

    Adán Paredes - “Textiles of Eternal Traces”, Pilar Climent –“Through The Looking Gate”, Frida Escobedo “Musical Grill”.
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Text description provided by the architects. After having designed the “Schwab” Residential Center with Steinberg in 1997, the Graduate School of Business New Residential Building “Highland Hall” joins the Stanford University complex in 2016.

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© Hunter Kerhart

The 14, 000 m2 building includes a maximum of 4 floors and provides 200 beds with service areas and spaces for diverse public activities.

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© Hunter Kerhart

Located in the Serra street, which besides crossing the campus serves as an academic corridor, “Highland Hall” is located at the East end, next to the “Schwab” Residential Center, which is connected through a Mall located at North of the new building and that in turn, will allow the building merge with the local urban landscape.

Site Plan
Site Plan

Two key elements of its design are the courtyards that are aligned on the East-West axis with those of “Schwab” and the walkway from North to South, which serves to connect the two residential buildings with the “Knight” Management Center, forming in this way an Academic and Residential Complex of the Business Administration School.

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© Hunter Kerhart

The new building is divided into three sections: West, North and South; where a variety of multipurpose areas, public seating areas, kitchens and dining rooms, both inside and outside are located for the use of the school community.

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© Hunter Kerhart

The access tower to “Highland Hall”, considered as its iconic element, is 12.5m in height and is located in the entry plaza to the East side of the complex, thus emphasizing the relationship with the current residential building. In its rear side the Lobby Lounge is found, that besides being a key space for the reception of the new building; it also serves as a connection to the main courtyard and the different levels of the complex. 

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In the main courtyard a sculptural staircase was devised, where the ground floor has an art piece (“Textiles of Eternal Traces”), that consists of fountain and a glazed ceramic mat, designed by sculptor artist Adán Paredes.

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© Hunter Kerhart

Similarly, the inclusion of artistic interventions in the “Contemplative” and “Events” courtyards with the participation of two other Mexican artists: Pilar Climent and Frida Escobedo, with pieces that are built into the architecture that will provide character to the new building.

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© Hunter Kerhart

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Project location

Address: 450 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305, U.S.A

Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address.
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Cite: "Highland Hall Residences Stanford University / LEGORRETA" [Residencias Highland Hall Universidad de Stanford / LEGORRETA] 23 Nov 2017. ArchDaily. (Trans. Santibañez, Danae) Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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