Paul L. Foster Campus for Business Innovation

Donor Recognition for Baylor University's Paul L. Foster Campus for Business Innovation

Paul L. Foster Campus for Business Innovation

fd2s teamed with architect Overland Partners to develop a program of donor recognition and institutional narrative exhibits for Baylor University’s Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation.

The new facility, which comprises 275,000 gross square feet on four levels and includes a 9,000-square-foot-plus conference center and 350-seat auditorium, is an important component of the overall Baylor campus master plan (also developed by Overland), and will frame the pedestrian mall that links the Hankamer School of Business in the south with the Science Quad to the north. The building’s expansive full-height atrium, with cantilevered team meeting spaces and study balconies, serves as the activity hub of the building, presenting a wealth of opportunities for displaying gift recognition and school maxims.

The recognition strategy carries an organizational narrative thread that speaks to such school guiding principles as Building Community, Fostering Collaboration, and Honoring Heritage.

  • Categories: Civic/Campus / Donor Recognition
  • Client: Paul L. Foster Campus for Business Innovation

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