Loyola High School Science Hannon/Ardolf Science Hall & Academic Center

Los Angeles Mid City

  • Client : Loyola High School
  • Cost : $28M
  • Size : 58,000 SF
  • Completion Date : 2007
  • Project Type(s) : Education

BEYOND THE STATS

  • The William H. Hannon Science Hall and Ardolf Academic Center includes chemistry, physics, earth science and computer labs, a large lecture hall, general education classrooms, and counseling and administrative offices. The L-shaped structure provides the first corner of a large, tree-filled plaza where Loyola students gather and have lunch. Future phases will complete the quadrangle.
  • The building’s subtle blend of red brick walls and dark grey slate roofing reflect the materials of the original Collegiate Gothic buildings on the campus, while tan precast concrete panels embedded with religious imagery combine with silver aluminum panels to provide a contemporary yet timeless design.
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