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geisel library at ucsd
geisel library at ucsd
geisel library at ucsd

geisel library at ucsd

The distinctive original building was designed in the late 1960s by William Pereira to sit at the head of a canyon. Pereira envisioned that future additions to the original building would form terraced levels around the tower base descending into the canyon. The tower is a prime example of brutalist architecture. It rises 8 stories to a height of 110 ft (33.5 m). The four upper stories of the tower itself house the Social Sciences and Humanities Library and East Asia collections.

I had the opportunity to experience what many consider the smartest of the young adults in the world move from class to class during the vendor fair week in the Winter of 2013. I created this image for that event.

geisel library

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© January 2013