352,000 GSF, 32,702 M2
Architecture, Engineering, Interior Architecture, Lighting Design
Gold Award, Building Team Awards, Award of Merit, Illumination Awards, Section Award
With the spirit of an urban residential community, Taylor Place is not only the first urban high-rise residence hall in Arizona. It also serves as the anchor of student life for the emerging downtown campus of Arizona State University.
The two-tower, mixed-use facility features all the essentials of campus life, including stores, a dining hall, and a centrally located fitness center. Like a downtown, these amenities are all linked through abundant spaces for collaboration and interaction spaces on each level of the towers. Adding another level of interaction, the interiors feature Internet-enabled DigiBoards for posting student announcements, activities, photos and streaming video. With 1,200-plus beds, the complex has emerged as more than a favored gathering place for students. Its density and engaging urbanism has had a significant impact on Phoenix's central core.
Speed to market was essential to success in developing Taylor Place in a short, 20-month window from concept to occupancy. Yet it was the design's creative application of innovative student services that made it highly marketable.
ASU Taylor Place
Taylor Place is ASU's premier residential community for the ASU Dowtown Campus.