From its striking design to its educational innovations, Sage Hall speaks for itself.
But it always helps to hear a little bit more of the backstory from the knowledgeable partners who helped design and engineer such a modern marvel.
In the five video slideshows below, Ian Griffiths, associate and sustainabilty coordinator at Berners Schober Associates Inc. of Green Bay — green architecture firm involved in the Sage Hall project — explains many of the sustainable strategies, technologies and features incorporated into the 191,000 square foot, $48 million project. (Building renderings courtesy of Berners Schober Associates, Inc.).
“Sage Hall, UW Oshkosh: An innovative building design”
“Sage Hall, UW Oshkosh: Elegant, functional courtyard serves many purposes”
“Sage Hall, UW Oshkosh: Efficiency, sustainability went hand in hand”
“Sage Hall, UW Oshkosh: Building features next-gen, high-tech lecture halls”
“Sage Hall, UW Oshkosh: Building furthers campus commitment to solar energy”