2 new buildings at University of California Berkeley are very different

Jan. 24, 2012
University has opened health sciences facility and a law school addition

From The San Francisco Chronicle: The two most recent building projects at the University of California Berkeley are very different. Li Ka Shing Center for Biomedical and Health Sciences is a stout, 115-foot-tall cube, skinned in masonry and glass beneath a stainless steel crown that hides mechanical equipment. The other project, an addition to the School of Law, is tucked underground, out of sight except for a small dining pavilion where the roof doubles as a landscaped terrace.

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