Completed as part of a two-phase master plan, Wildcat Village increases Weber State University’s on-campus housing supply while providing significant student life amenities in the outdoor central commons. This includes an amphitheater, public seating, paved gathering space, walkways, landscaping, lawn area for sports and recreation, a sand volleyball court, and a fire pit. Building 1 is a 163-bed housing building in a semi-suite layout. Communal kitchens and a large two-story lounge offer common spaces, while smaller lounges and break-outs provide more seclusion. With 224 beds in various configurations, Building 2 has village amenities including convenience store, study rooms, fitness center, lounges, laundry, and food services. With 137 beds, Building 3 uses the dorm housing model with individual and twin rooms and communal bathrooms. Student life amenities in the outdoor central commons includes an amphitheater, gathering spaces, walkways, landscaping, lawn areas for sports and recreation, a sand volleyball court, and a fire pit.

SERVICES: Master Planning, Program, Architecture, Interior Design

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Design Challenge

Replacing an outdated linear layout of a singular traditional residence hall, the master plan embraces a vibrant activity-scape by arranging three residences in a circular plan.

Ogden, Utah  |  172,150 sf  (Phase I: 48,400sf Phase II: 123,750sf)  |  $26,188,331  |  2013

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