LMN Architects’ New Classroom Building at UC Santa Barbara is the First in Over 50 Years


The Architect's Newspaper

Interactive Learning Pavilion
University of California, Santa Barbara

“Seattle-based LMN Architects has unveiled the design and announced the start of construction of its 90,000-square-foot Classroom Building at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). Situated along Library Mall on the university’s 708-acre main campus, the new structure is the first classroom-dedicated building to be building at UCSB since 1967 and, once complete, will increase the campus’s classroom capacity by a staggering 35 percent.”
— Matt Hickman

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