This is the question that Dean Lou Goodman, of the American University School of International Service team, asked William McDonough + Partners, design architects, and architect of record Quinn Evans Architects, as they collectively began a journey toward a new building for the Washington, DC, campus.
This program is the United States’ largest foreign service program. The design team has created a building that serves as a symbol of the school’s tradition of global service. The anticipated LEED Gold certified building provides a vibrant setting for teaching, research and public dialogue.
Now that facility is filled with SIS students, and it has be submitted for consideration for a World Architecture News award.
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