University of Minnesota Athlete’s Village

Minneapolis, MN


BWBR Architects

Education, Sports + Recreation

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Athlete's Village - Translucent Wall

Athlete's Village - Translucent Wall

Athlete's Village - Translucent Wall

Athlete's Village - Translucent Wall

Project ID: 41631
University of Minnesota's campus in Minneapolis unveiled their newly renovated Athlete's Village earlier this year to accommodate the school's 700+ student athletes. The renovation included the addition of three new buildings: A Center for Excellence to further academic success, the Football Performance Center, and the Football Indoor Practice Facility, which features 2,860 sq. ft. of our UniQuad® translucent wall system specified in clear matte glazing. The Athletics Department wanted a space that would inspire recruits to participate in their athletic programs and provide better amenities for the current Gopher athletes. Our impact-resistant system provides glare-free natural light into the practice space while minimizing heat gain, allowing the athletes to remain comfortable and focused during their training.
Photos by Joe Brennan, Brennan Photo + Video

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University of Minnesota Athlete’s Village

Minneapolis, MN


BWBR Architects

Education, Sports + Recreation

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Project ID: 41631
University of Minnesota's campus in Minneapolis unveiled their newly renovated Athlete's Village earlier this year to accommodate the school's 700+ student athletes. The renovation included the addition of three new buildings: A Center for Excellence to further academic success, the Football Performance Center, and the Football Indoor Practice Facility, which features 2,860 sq. ft. of our UniQuad® translucent wall system specified in clear matte glazing. The Athletics Department wanted a space that would inspire recruits to participate in their athletic programs and provide better amenities for the current Gopher athletes. Our impact-resistant system provides glare-free natural light into the practice space while minimizing heat gain, allowing the athletes to remain comfortable and focused during their training.
Photos by Joe Brennan, Brennan Photo + Video
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