Architectural Character - Non Core
- The campus, by virtue of the mission it serves, is an assembly of academic and non-academic spaces and buildings.
- Georgian design principles succeed when applied to buildings whose functions can be accommodated within smaller-scale buildings.
- When building forms are scaled to accommodate large and specialized uses, they are forced to abandon Georgian design principles of proportion, human scale and balanced composition.
- Non-core buildings are at liberty to depart from the Georgian style in order to respond to their unique uses.
- In order to accommodate research demands, buildings off the core will need to be denser and of greater height.