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Project • By Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA)Universities

University of Wisconsin-Madison – Leopold Residenc

This unique student residence hall incorporates the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s standard room and bathroom arrangement, fits on a small multi-tiered site and has exterior aesthetics that complement the surrounding historic area. The building is home to a 1,000 sq ft top-floor greenhouse and an environmental-oriented learning community, combining curricula in sustainability, energy efficiency and agriculture.The building accommodates 172 residents in a smaller, community-style building designed to promote collaboration and interaction. Spaces include double rooms, with bathrooms shared by clusters of four to five rooms, a two-bedroom apartment for Residence Life staff, a classroom, main building lounge, recreation room, laundry room, m... More

Project • By Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA)Universities

The “U” Student Union at University of Wisconsin-L

Replacing an aging facility, the new centrally-located Student Union, known as “The U,” is a hub for student gathering, social and study areas, offices for student organizations, general-use meeting rooms, performance venues, food service kitchens, dining areas and various retail spaces. The iconic, student-funded facility engaged university professionals, State of Wisconsin representatives and 500 student representatives from student government, programming groups, multicultural groups, and fraternities and sororities to influence the design. The Union is representative of UW-L’s culture and campus, respectful of the past and adaptive for the future, and is a living room for the entire campus to use and enjoy. The new Union, 60% larger tha... More

Project • By Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA)Primary Schools

Waunakee Intermediate School

Together with the Waunakee Community School District (WCSD) and community input, EUA developed a plan to address a growing community and the need for flexibility for future expansion by creating financially responsible solutions supported by public outreach. The design of the new 800-student intermediate school honors Waunakee’s strong agricultural heritage, devoted part of the community and uniqueness within the school district.The interior design supports the educational programming, promoting an active learning atmosphere. As a means of wayfinding and student identity, the school is organized into learning neighborhoods, called “villages,” representing natural elements necessary for growth – earth, wind, sun and water. Each village was d... More