Northwest Corner Building

Northwest Corner Building exterior, glass and steel structure, overlooking small courtyard with students

The Northwest Corner Science Building, designed by architect José Rafael Moneo with Davis Brody Bond, is a 14-story building housing faculty offices, classrooms, a science library, a café and interdisciplinary research departments of chemistry, biology, engineering and physics.

About the Project

Architect: José Rafael Moneo and Davis Brody Bond

Completion Date: 2010

Square Footage: 188,000

Stories: 14

Watch a time lapse view of construction.

  • LEED Gold certified
  • Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) Merit Award for Excellence in Architecture
  • ENR New York “Best Project” in the Higher Education/Research category

The Construction of the Northwest Corner Building