A campus master plan transforming living and learning on campus is the underpinning to four new buildings, now under construction
The first project implemented from Sasaki’s master plan for the campus, the recreation, wellness, and student life center at the Universidad of Lima is a new, six-story steel and concrete structure that provides space for student fitness, dining, and academic support.
Dedicated program spaces are balanced with flexible areas to create a welcoming and engaging student life facility. The center includes nutrition, counseling, physical therapy and weight training for athletes, as well as informal recreation space within the multi-purpose gym, which doubles an event space for up to 600 people. The entire building is meant to be multipurpose; as a major engine of activity on campus, it is a place where students and faculty can gather throughout the day and socialize, study, and recharge.
Two-story trusses span across the site, elevating the fitness center above a large student dining plaza. A central courtyard space provides natural daylighting and passive ventilation. On the fourth floor, a multipurpose athletic court allows for futsal, volleyball, and basketball gameplay, with views of the Lima skyline. Access to a expansive roof terrace and interior/exterior running track finish off the top of the project. Check out the project fly-through video below to see all of the spaces.
The center is beginning to take shape! Construction is underway and currently scheduled for completion in June 2021.
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