Campus X aspires to create an architecture that straddles the iconic and the humane. Creating an architecture worthy of the scale and intensity of the innovation that occurs here, and at the same time challenging Silicon Valley norms, with a design that is permeable to the street, and invites public participation in a vibrantly place-centric way.
The three million square-foot LEED Platinum mixed-use campus is made up of four V-shaped buildings.
The Campus X project is a negotiation between the public and private realm. The inner courtyards are encoded for restricted access with the ability to open to the public allowing access to the 2500-seat amphitheater, a Fitness Center, and a pool within the housing crescent. Open to the public from the start is the central pavilion building, a stylish tectonic marvel that makes a spectacle of the technology it evokes.
Here the humane and the iconic blend seamlessly..