University of California, Santa Barbara – Interactive Learning Pavilion
“The recently completed Interactive Learning Pavilion marks a significant milestone for the UCSB campus, as it represents the first dedicated classroom building to be erected since 1967. With its impressive 90,000 square feet (equivalent to 8,361 square meters), the pavilion accommodates 2,000 classroom seats across a variety of modern learning spaces, including five tiered lecture theaters, three active learning zones, twenty flexible classrooms, a technical office suite, and informal teaching areas. LMN Architects characterizes the Interactive Learning Pavilion as seamlessly integrated into the campus, harmonizing with the local context to serve the entire undergraduate community.”
— ARCH20 Staff
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