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Weiss/Manfredi’s design for The Yale University Center for Innovative Thinking aims to create an interdisciplinary working environment that is visible and inviting.

Located in the New Haven Campus of Yale University, the new elliptical glass pavilion stands between historical university buildings with brutalist and gothic styles. Curved transparent glass walls encourage circulation through and around the center and allow the rest of the university to see and participate in ongoing work.

Within its 6,7 metres-high curved glass, the centre will bring together students from diverse disciplines to generate innovative solutions to real-world problems. The open studio, conference and breakout spaces create opportunities for spontaneous discussion and provide a link between public areas and adjacent instructional spaces. The mezzanine that overlooks the lower floor is screened by more glass and contains comfortable seating so it can be used as a breakout space.

Photography: © Albert Vecerka