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UNIVERSITY OF REGINA CAMPUS PLANNING STUDIES

The Wascana Centre 1999 Master Plan and the University of Regina Campus Plan for Long Range Development form the contextual basis for this major planning study. Incorporating mainly architectural planning and landscape architectural services, the study adopts the principles of the Long Range Development Plan and focuses on a detailed land use plan, potential areas for new buildings, their use, form, area, volume, scale and appearance, and the design of landscaped space between buildings.

The study also features a major east/west landscaped pedestrian route through the Campus, connecting the Academic Green with a new gateway building to the west, and the proposed new SIFC building to the east. This "pedestrian" route must be shared with access for emergency and some service vehicles, providing a design challenge of opposing uses.

A more detailed look at specific areas of the University site has been explored through modeling studies on the Laboratory Library and Classroom buildings. These studies incorporate improved access between the Academic Green and podia on major buildings such as the Library. Connections to the Academic Green are both physical and visual, enhancing the interaction of indoor and outdoor spaces and providing prominent termination and focal points and gateways. These studies, which are responsive to the Long Range Campus Plan developed by du Toit Allsop Hillier, assist the University of Regina in planning for future development and enable a quick reaction to any opportunity for development funding.

University of Regina Campus Planning Studies
Regina, Saskatchewan
University of Regina

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