Washington University in St Louis – Henry A. and Elivira H. Jubel Hall

  • area / size 84,000 sqft
  • Completed 2019
  • Moore Ruble Yudell designed the Henry A. and Elivira H. Jubel Hall for Washington University in St Louis, Missouri.

    Planned as a “building in the round”, Jubel Hall shapes a series of active outdoor spaces in concert with its neighbors. Ground-level uses encourage interaction and connectivity across arts and sciences. The building reinterprets traditional Collegiate Gothic Architecture in a more open and contemporary expression, so that it maintains a dialogue with its traditional neighbors to the north and the contemporary buildings to the south.

    As the new home of the Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science within the McKelvey School of Engineering, Jubel Hall provides a range of new state-of-the-art research spaces across four levels. Flexible loft-like maker space and laboratories are complemented by shared social and collaborative spaces to foster interdisciplinary collaboration, student engagement and community connectivity.

    Design: Moore Ruble Yudell
    Design Team: Buzz Yudell, John Ruble, Michael Martin, Neal Matsuno, Stanley Anderson, Lani Lee, Clover Linné, Jason Pytko, Philippe Arias, Ruth Ortega, Alise Romero
    Associate Architect: Mackey Mitchell Architects
    Construction Manager: McCarthy Building Companies
    Photography: Colins Lozada