Client: North Orange County Community College District
Services Provided: Programming, Design, Construction Documents, Construction Administration, Interior Design
Project Location: Fullerton, CA
Project Size: 67,680 sf
Completion Date: September 2005
Sustainability: Sustainable Design Features Included
Program: Interdisciplinary Study and Tutorial Center, Math Lab, Skills Lab, Adaptive Computer Lab, Instructional Development Center
Awards: 2006 JURORS’ AWARD Community College Facility Coalition
2006 CONTEXTUAL INFILL AWARD The Fullerton Heritage
The Fullerton College Library/LRC is a new facility designed to replace the college’s former library and to develop a comprehensive Learning Resource Center. The facility is designed as a focal centerpiece to the historic 1930’s Work Projects Administration (WPA) campus and is a tribute to the Hispano Mooresque style of the original campus architecture. The library portion of the facility fronts the main campus quad and includes a 2-story grand lobby connecting the central computer commons to the quieter reading areas and study rooms upstairs.
The Learning Resource Center is an interdisciplinary study and tutorial center. Multiple entries support this facility to establish expanded access to portions of the facility. Flexibility is built into the facility to allow for future changes in the delivery of instruction and technology.