Indiana University Luddy Hall

Indiana University Luddy Hall

Bloomington, IN|Higher Education

In response to increasing enrollment that makes the School of Informatics one of the fastest-growing programs at IU, Luddy Hall expands the School’s capacity for teaching and research and bring together programs in Computer Science, Informatics and Library Sciences. This 119,518 SF facility, specifically designed to mimic a startup environment, provides greater opportunity for multidisciplinary collaboration between students, professors and outside practitioners.

RATIO as Executive Architect in association with Pelli Clarke Pelli.
Client
Indiana University
Size
119,518 SF
Complete
2018

A central atrium and communal meeting space serves as the heart of the School’s educational and social life. The space features an innovation center, a series of team work rooms, and an inventive take on the main staircase that provides areas for impromptu, serendipitous interaction.

The highly-efficient structure, designed for LEED Gold certification, includes classrooms, faculty offices and a large lecture hall across four stories and a partial basement that takes advantage of the sloping site.