Kremen School of Education and Human Development Building

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Kremen School of Education and Human Development Building

California State University, Fresno

Awards

1994, Northern California Concrete Association Awards; Grand Award

1999, AIA San Joaquin Chapter Awards, Award of Honor

The Kremen School of Education and Human Development was designed to work within the campus architectural vocabulary including the use of concrete, brick and glass.  The project marks the Maple Avenue entrance to the California State University, Fresno campus. This strong and stately concrete structure serves as a dramatic landmark for the growing university. In order to provide the public with a smooth transition into the heart of the campus, a triangular shaped building design was developed. The complex effectively meets the versatile needs of the School of Education including: early childhood learning, university general education classes, graduate studies, administrative offices and special facility needs. This stylish 120,000 sq. ft. building provides the laboratory, research and development space required to educate the teachers of the next century.