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Dining Complex - Original Construction: http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/fpcp_mp/19
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Dining Complex - Sandwich Plant Remodel: http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/fpcp_mp/21
Dining Complex - Remodel (Bldg 019)
Completion Date: 1994
Square Feet: 60,007
Architect: Rebecca L. Binder Architecture & Planning
Construction System: Concrete frame & exterior
Architectural Style: International Style
Cal Poly President: Warren J. Baker (1979-Present)
The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences.