John King, in his review of Lo Schiavo Science, notes how "the interlocked landscapes with their bridges and nooks enrich the USF campus."
Since opening its doors in September, the John Lo Schiavo, S.J. Center for Science and Innovation has been getting its fair share of attention. John King, the San Francisco Chronicle’s urban design critic, is just the latest admirer of USF’s new building, complimenting its “sleek façade” and “creative outdoor spaces.”
Praising USF and architectural firm NNBJ’s ability to maximize space in tight quarters, King writes, “In and of itself, Lo Schiavo Center is a refined work of architecture. It's even better as part of something larger, and that's the standard by which all urban buildings should be judged.”
Check out the full review at SFGate and get the details on Lo Schiavo Science in the latest issue of USF Magazine.