Informatics and Communications Technology Complex

Indiana University / Purdue University

Indianapolis, Indiana

Project Details

2004
Project Partners
Robert A.M. Stern
Kevin M. Smith
Graham S. Wyatt

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Description

This 207,000 gsf new building for Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) contains IUPUI’s Information Technology offices and programs, including a global operations center for Internet2, the Indiana Pervasive Computing Research Center and other academic, laboratory, and administrative functions related to information technology and telecommunications. It also contains classrooms and offices for the School of Music, School of Library and Information Sciences, and the new School of Informatics. The location of these schools within the technology complex reflects the University’s commitment to technology and its belief in technology’s convergence with other academic disciplines. Together with the new law school building, the five-story limestone and glass building forms a highly-visible gateway to the IUPUI campus from the downtown office and state capital districts.

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