Map of U.Va. grounds
Map of U.Va. grounds, ca. 1987 University of Virginia Publications (G3884 .C4:2 U5 A5 1987)
Encouraged by the new athletic facilities, an influx of funding, and the purchase of huge tracts of land north of central grounds, prominent modern architect Hugh Stubbins designed a satellite campus oriented around acres of parking for the graduate business and law schools in the early 1970s. The narrow courtyard between the two buildings and the palette of red brick and light-colored concrete gestured casually towards Jefferson’s Lawn, an effect strengthened by the modernized classicism of the 1994–1997 entrance addition by Ayers, Saint, Gross.
Rendering of the University of Virginia School of Law
Rendering of the University of Virginia School of Law, ca. 1968 Hugh Stubbins & Associates with Stainback and Scribner, architects Tempera on paper, 23 ¼ x 37 ½ in. Courtesy of the School of Law and Bill Bergen