Transformation of an uninviting city arterial street into a pedestrian-friendly boulevard which forms the spine of the campus transportation system.
Since being selected as landscape architects and master planners for the campus in 1982, REA has been responsible for over $60 million in site development projects.
A courtyard designed around a landmark gingko tree is a favorite outdoor destination on campus featuring a multitude of seating opportunities and a vantage point for viewing the activities along the main campus roadway.
An important new landmark open space that provides a gateway to visitors and students, creates an active gathering space for small groups, and links the street to the adjacent campus grounds.
An outdoor space that extends the student activities to the outdoors allowing for entertainment, gatherings, and relaxation.
A contemporary campus development whose walks, fountain, and planting designs are based on the sequence of Fibonacci numbers.
A site master plan to accommodate anticipated growth of the University over the next decade, building upon the historic campus fabric and strengthening the connection between old and new.
A vision for the historic renovation of the last remaining open space from the Olmsted Brothers’ 1930s plan, adapting it to the modern campus and protecting it from encroachment by development.
A master plan that creates the framework for a series of diverse experiences and opportunities for discovery.
Considered a campus showpiece, this four-acre site surrounded by red brick and limestone buildings has become the most important open space on the Purdue University campus.
Transforming a vacated street into a pedestrian mall and entrance plaza for the Pao Hall of Visual and Performing Arts.
The new master plan establishes a framework for growth, outlines a network of open spaces and circulation systems, and strengthens the relationship of the campus to the St. Joseph River.
“The competition solution provided a series of gathering spaces arranged along a pedestrian spine in the heart of the campus.
A new quadrangle, library, and bell tower with associated gathering spaces to define the heart of the University campus.
A vision for a more cohesive and memorable campus environment was fashioned utilizing input from faculty, staff and students. The strategic plan made recommendations for the accommodation of building expansions and proposed open spaces over time.
Characterized by a collection of 19th century academic buildings arranged in a quadrangle setting, the University sought a plan that would link the historic and modern halves of its campus.