View of the new School of Architecture from South Quad, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA (CGI by Cityscape)

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The New School of Architecture
University of Notre Dame

Indiana, USA


The School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame is the world’s leading institution in the teaching of classical architecture. In 2014, John Simpson Architects won the prestigious competition to design the new buildings for the School as part of the University’s wider masterplan of the southeast quadrant, serving as the “front door” of the University.

The new facilities include an auditorium, classrooms, studios, offices, labs, a new library, and various support spaces. The design takes its inspiration from the teaching methods of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and seeks to foster interaction between faculty, staff, and students with different levels of experience. The construction of the building emphasizes economy while maximizing the architectural character in keeping with the values of sustainability for the long-term life of the building. Ultimately, the building itself will become a teaching tool and an emblem of the University and School’s vision for the future.

View from Irish Green, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA (painting by Michael McCann)

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The New School of Architecture
University of Notre Dame

Indiana, USA


The School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame is the world’s leading institution in the teaching of classical architecture. In 2014, John Simpson Architects won the prestigious competition to design the new buildings for the School as part of the University’s wider masterplan of the southeast quadrant, serving as the “front door” of the University.

The new facilities include an auditorium, classrooms, studios, offices, labs, a new library, and various support spaces. The design takes its inspiration from the teaching methods of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and seeks to foster interaction between faculty, staff, and students with different levels of experience. The construction of the building emphasizes economy while maximizing the architectural character in keeping with the values of sustainability for the long-term life of the building. Ultimately, the building itself will become a teaching tool and an emblem of the University and School’s vision for the future.

Interior view of new Library, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA (painting by Michael McCann)

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The New School of Architecture
University of Notre Dame

Indiana, USA


The School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame is the world’s leading institution in the teaching of classical architecture. In 2014, John Simpson Architects won the prestigious competition to design the new buildings for the School as part of the University’s wider masterplan of the southeast quadrant, serving as the “front door” of the University.

The new facilities include an auditorium, classrooms, studios, offices, labs, a new library, and various support spaces. The design takes its inspiration from the teaching methods of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and seeks to foster interaction between faculty, staff, and students with different levels of experience. The construction of the building emphasizes economy while maximizing the architectural character in keeping with the values of sustainability for the long-term life of the building. Ultimately, the building itself will become a teaching tool and an emblem of the University and School’s vision for the future.

Interior view of Hall of Casts, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA (painting by Michael McCann)

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The New School of Architecture
University of Notre Dame

Indiana, USA


The School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame is the world’s leading institution in the teaching of classical architecture. In 2014, John Simpson Architects won the prestigious competition to design the new buildings for the School as part of the University’s wider masterplan of the southeast quadrant, serving as the “front door” of the University.

The new facilities include an auditorium, classrooms, studios, offices, labs, a new library, and various support spaces. The design takes its inspiration from the teaching methods of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and seeks to foster interaction between faculty, staff, and students with different levels of experience. The construction of the building emphasizes economy while maximizing the architectural character in keeping with the values of sustainability for the long-term life of the building. Ultimately, the building itself will become a teaching tool and an emblem of the University and School’s vision for the future.

View looking south down Eddy Street, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA (painting by Michael McCann)

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The New School of Architecture
University of Notre Dame

Indiana, USA


The School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame is the world’s leading institution in the teaching of classical architecture. In 2014, John Simpson Architects won the prestigious competition to design the new buildings for the School as part of the University’s wider masterplan of the southeast quadrant, serving as the “front door” of the University.

The new facilities include an auditorium, classrooms, studios, offices, labs, a new library, and various support spaces. The design takes its inspiration from the teaching methods of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and seeks to foster interaction between faculty, staff, and students with different levels of experience. The construction of the building emphasizes economy while maximizing the architectural character in keeping with the values of sustainability for the long-term life of the building. Ultimately, the building itself will become a teaching tool and an emblem of the University and School’s vision for the future.

North Elevation, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA

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The New School of Architecture
University of Notre Dame

Indiana, USA


The School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame is the world’s leading institution in the teaching of classical architecture. In 2014, John Simpson Architects won the prestigious competition to design the new buildings for the School as part of the University’s wider masterplan of the southeast quadrant, serving as the “front door” of the University.

The new facilities include an auditorium, classrooms, studios, offices, labs, a new library, and various support spaces. The design takes its inspiration from the teaching methods of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and seeks to foster interaction between faculty, staff, and students with different levels of experience. The construction of the building emphasizes economy while maximizing the architectural character in keeping with the values of sustainability for the long-term life of the building. Ultimately, the building itself will become a teaching tool and an emblem of the University and School’s vision for the future.

West Elevation, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA

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The New School of Architecture
University of Notre Dame

Indiana, USA


The School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame is the world’s leading institution in the teaching of classical architecture. In 2014, John Simpson Architects won the prestigious competition to design the new buildings for the School as part of the University’s wider masterplan of the southeast quadrant, serving as the “front door” of the University.

The new facilities include an auditorium, classrooms, studios, offices, labs, a new library, and various support spaces. The design takes its inspiration from the teaching methods of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and seeks to foster interaction between faculty, staff, and students with different levels of experience. The construction of the building emphasizes economy while maximizing the architectural character in keeping with the values of sustainability for the long-term life of the building. Ultimately, the building itself will become a teaching tool and an emblem of the University and School’s vision for the future.

South Elevation, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA

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The New School of Architecture
University of Notre Dame

Indiana, USA


The School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame is the world’s leading institution in the teaching of classical architecture. In 2014, John Simpson Architects won the prestigious competition to design the new buildings for the School as part of the University’s wider masterplan of the southeast quadrant, serving as the “front door” of the University.

The new facilities include an auditorium, classrooms, studios, offices, labs, a new library, and various support spaces. The design takes its inspiration from the teaching methods of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and seeks to foster interaction between faculty, staff, and students with different levels of experience. The construction of the building emphasizes economy while maximizing the architectural character in keeping with the values of sustainability for the long-term life of the building. Ultimately, the building itself will become a teaching tool and an emblem of the University and School’s vision for the future.

Aerial view from the southwest, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA (Painting bt Chris Draper)

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The New School of Architecture
University of Notre Dame

Indiana, USA


The School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame is the world’s leading institution in the teaching of classical architecture. In 2014, John Simpson Architects won the prestigious competition to design the new buildings for the School as part of the University’s wider masterplan of the southeast quadrant, serving as the “front door” of the University.

The new facilities include an auditorium, classrooms, studios, offices, labs, a new library, and various support spaces. The design takes its inspiration from the teaching methods of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and seeks to foster interaction between faculty, staff, and students with different levels of experience. The construction of the building emphasizes economy while maximizing the architectural character in keeping with the values of sustainability for the long-term life of the building. Ultimately, the building itself will become a teaching tool and an emblem of the University and School’s vision for the future.