The plantings leading up to McGavran were refreshed to paint a more sustainable California picture. Thirsty turf grass was replaced with a low-water, California-friendly plant palette, including punctuating succulents, swathes of ornamental grasses, and low-growing, shrubby groundcovers.
The three dormitory courtyards—each with its distinct planting palette of yellow, orange, and purple—invite students to relax and gather between classes.
Every detail, from campus-wide lighting to signage and pathways, was thoughtfully considered to seamlessly integrate the existing and new components of the campus. The result is a cohesive and inviting environment.