West Campus Plaza at Duke University
by Mark Hough, ASLA

The West Campus Plaza at Duke University is an above grade plaza in the center of campus that replaced a busy, yet nondescript, 12 foot wide concrete bridge that connected the West Quad with the Bryan University Center. The $10 million project, designed by Hargreaves Associates, turned what had previously been primarily a circulation route into an vibrant and popular campus open space that is the site of large and small events, performances, food service and informal gathering.

  
West Campus Plaza – Before. Image courtesy Mark Hough, ASLA. 
 


West Campus Plaza – After. Image courtesy Mark Hough, ASLA.

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Mark Hough, ASLA, is Campus Landscape Architect at Duke University, and chair of the Campus Planning and Design PPN. He can be reached at mark.hough@duke.edu. 

 
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