A Look Inside the University of Oregon Hatfield-Dowlin Complex by ZGF Architects

Having already toured its Matthew Knight Arena and Training Facility, the University of Oregon provides a comprehensive look at its Hatfield-Dowlin Complex designed by ZGF Architects. Serving as a physical representation of the strength and innovation of UO’s football program, the 145,000-square-foot building features a stealthy black glass façade and 40-foot cantilevers. Starting with a lobby that celebrates the accomplishments of the Oregon Ducks, the center also features a weight room, diagnostic/timing track, a bevy of offices, team theaters, separate meeting rooms, and a “war room” for the entire coaching staff. Additional amenities include separate locker rooms for players and coaches, a player’s lounge, a video editing center, a full-service dining facility, a nutrition room, a media room, and so much more. For a closer look at the energy efficient complex visit Arch Daily.

Date: /Author: Robert Marshall/Source: ArchDaily
Category:  Design/Tags:  Architecture, University of Oregon Ducks, ZGF Architects
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