8 March 2015
The Pavilion was noted in Building Design + Construction's March 2015 Issue. The Pavilion at Laurel Village is the heart of Colorado State University’s large scale re-envisioning of North residential district and CSU’s first on-campus building to receive LEED Platinum designation. Designed by 4240 Architecture, the building is home to amenities to fully serve the needs of the surrounding 4.8 acre, 615-bed Laurel Village such as a student gallery, mailroom, campus ‘Ecoleaders’ office space, classroom space, and student-led bike repair shop. The Pavilion created a distinct center to a previously disconnected area of campus while engaging students with their environment and with one another.