LA JOLLA, CALIFORNIA, USA The new 66,000 GSF Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies is at the northern end of the University of California San Diego campus and offers views of the Pacific Ocean. Designed as a campus in itself, the three building complex contains teaching and research space for 300 people used for instruction, public debates, and other cultural and educational events. The school was designed as a center of research on economic, political, social, and technological issues confronting the Pacific Region nations. It is the only professional school of international relations in the University of California system and one of the very few on the West Coast. (In association with Clark Beck & Associates, Architect of Record).
AIA California Council, AIA San Francisco Award