Claremont McKenna College builds academic and administrative facility

April 4, 2010
Kravis Center scheduled to open in 2011

Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, Calif., is building a five-level, 162,000 square-foot academic and administrative facility. The Kravis Center will serve as the western gateway to the campus. The overall project includes offices, classrooms, seminar rooms, an underground parking structure, and outdoor courtyards. The architect is Rafael Viñoly Architects.

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