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Project overview

Business Unit(s)

Silicon Valley

Year Completed



Stanford University

Client Industry


Scope of Work

Interiors, New Construction


680,000 sq. ft., 5-Stories


Bora Architects

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Stanford Graduate School of Business

Award Winner Green Project of the Year

The 360,000 square foot Graduate School of Business at Stanford University encompasses eight buildings on a 12-acre campus. The campus gives the sense of being in a small village and showcases the collaborative culture of the University, while still being connected to the Stanford grounds. The project includes a 600-seat auditorium, breakout study rooms, dining facilities, a student center with a library and lounge, a career management center, executive education space, faculty and staff offices, and a 320,000 sq. ft. underground parking structure. There are photovoltaic arrays on the roofs that generate overs 500,000 kilowatt hours per year, providing over 12% of the center’s energy demand. More than 50 trees were preserved from the site perimeter, maintaining a mature tree canopy around the project. LEED Platinum certified.