Tag Archives: UCSD

Parking Garage at UCSD nearing completion

  There’s a lot of construction happening on UCSD’s Medical Center campus, east of the 5 freeway in La Jolla! Right in the heart of it is this Studio E Architect’s designed parking structure, which is nearing completion. As part … Continue reading

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Which is sleeker – the car or the building?

Imagine our excitement to open up the February issue of Car and Driver magazine and see one of our buildings featured prominently in a national print advertisement for the new Infiniti QX50! It’s the Housing, Dining & Hospitality Administration Building … Continue reading

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Reimagined student dining facility opens at University of California San Diego

Studio E Architects is pleased to announce the grand opening of 64 Degrees (64°), the newest concept in residential dining at the University of California San Diego (UCSD). Located at the heart of student residences in Revelle College, the reimagined … Continue reading

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Designing a better parking experience: Studio E Architects & IPD selected to design parking garage on UCSD Medical Campus

Studio E Architects and IPD were selected to design a 1260 car parking garage for a site on the UCSD Medical Campus. The two design firms combined their expertise on the McCarthy Contractors led Design/Build pursuit. Three teams were selected … Continue reading

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Studio E in ArchDaily: Housing Dining Hospitality Building featured in “UCSD: A Built History of Modernism”

This past Sunday, popular architecture website ArchDaily presented a feature on the architecture of the University of California, San Diego entitled UCSD: A Built History of Modernism. In a brief essay with a collection of beautiful photos, the author provides … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ at Studio E in 2013 – 2nd Course

13 is a number that has been known to cause some folks a fair amount of anxiety – with a list of associated superstitions so long, it’s enough to make anyone paranoid. Well, you won’t find any triskaidekaphobiacs around at … Continue reading

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Shared Principles: Choreography

  One of our seven shared principles is CHOREOGRAPHY. As stated on our web site (under the “Ideas” tab): Choreography involves planning arranged movement through space. We arrange paths of movement through sequential or serial space to enhance the experience … Continue reading

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UCSD Housing & Dining Services Administration Building: Specificity: Shared Principles

Studio E Definition. We are opportunists. Each project begins with a careful investigation of the uniqueness of its setting: culture, climate, geography, built context, and landscape. We seek the idiosyncratic and particular. Our work rejects generic solutions, grounding itself instead … Continue reading

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ArchDaily & Inhabitat Feature Studio E Projects!

After our recent AIA/COTE Top Ten Green Buildings of 2011 award, High Tech High Chula Vista has received a lot of press–and the High School was featured on both ArchDaily & Inhabitat last week, very exciting. But HTH  is not … Continue reading

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Places Of Possibility

“We strive to create buildings and public spaces that transcend program to provide comfortable places to live one’s life. Ideally, our buildings anticipate and accommodate change, reuse, and adaptation. We offer them as “frameworks” to inhabit, as places of possibility.” … Continue reading

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