LMN Architects’ Interactive Learning Pavilion at UC Santa Barbara couples concrete panels with perforated aluminum railings

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Architect: LMN Architects
Santa Barbara, California
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At the base of the Santa Ynez mountain range, west of Los Angeles, sits the campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara, where Seattle-based LMN Architects has recently completed the university’s first classroom-specific building since 1967.

The 90,000-square-foot Interactive Learning Pavilion is housed across two buildings with an exterior facade of concrete panels and an interior facade faced with polished concrete blocks. The two buildings are connected by an open-air circulation corridor defined by a perforated aluminum guardrail system.

The two buildings are connected by a series of

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