Yale Athletics is building on their success with a new facility for Soccer and Lacrosse at the western edge of Reese Stadium. The new building will serve as a gateway to the athletics district and provide state-of-the-art strength and conditioning for all athletes. The landscape design mediates a 10’ grade change from the field level to street access with circulation through a landform corresponding to significant levels within the building. The Schematic Design study includes re-thinking the access to Yale Bowl and Reese Stadium through a fan zone boulevard with space for event trucks, universal movement throughout the plaza and ample space for fans to gather before entering the events.
Architect: Perkins + Will
Project Phase: Schematic Design
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