USC Tutor Hall, Viterbi School of Engineering

+ Project Info

Named in honor of a primary donor, Ronald Tutor and comprising approximately 100,000 sf., this beautiful Romanesque inspired architectural composition, encompasses state of the art instructional research and learning facilities incorporating the Viterbi Museum and Baum hub for student activity, research and collaboration. Working together with the design architect, AC. Martin Partners, Mr. Bennitt developed the exterior ground plane gardens to create an integrated and connected outdoor setting for engaging student interaction, convenient and inviting al fresco dining and comfortable relaxation. While respecting existing patterns of circulation and student activities, the exterior spaces are designed to differentiate and to support the identity of the Engineering School. Mr. Bennitt was the principal designer for this complex while associated with another professional services firm.

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