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The Dialog+B+H design for the Student Union Building at UBC strives to be a model community, sustainable and physically interconnected, ecologically, socially, financially sustainable, and characterized by inspirational architecture, dignified spaces and exciting landscapes that provide high-quality experiences for students, and assist in creating a campus that will attract the best students from all over the world.

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The new SUB will create a global benchmark for social and ecological sustainable design excellence. It will function like an agora; a facility that provides an arena for the community to express its values. It will be a space where the culture of the community will flourish. Local values can be engaged in light of global concerns – a local presence within a global network.

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This third JV between B+H and Dialog demonstrates our commitment to working together to advance the goals and aspirations of the University through sound urban design, architecture and sustainability..

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