Campus of the University of Oregon

Campus Of The University Of Oregon

Campus of the University of Oregon

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The campus of the University of Oregon is located in Eugene, Oregon and includes some 80 buildings and facilities, including athletics facilities such as Hayward Field, which is the site for the 2008 Olympic Track and Field Trials, and McArthur Court, and off-campus sites such as nearby Autzen Stadium and the Riverfront Research Park. An online guide to the university's built environment, , published by the University of Oregon Libraries, describes campus buildings and provides timelines of key architectural events linked with campus history.

The Oregon Experiment

The university is known for being the site of a pioneering participatory planning experiment known as the Oregon Experiment (which is also the subject of a book of the same name). The two major principles of the project are that buildings should be designed, in part, by the people who will ultimately use them (usually with the help of an 'architect facilitator'), and that construction should occur over many small projects (as opposed to a few large ones).

List of buildings on campus

This list includes all buildings currently in use on the University of Oregon campus.

Old Campus

===Memorial Quadrangle===<!-- This section is linked from Lillis Business Complex -->The Memorial Quad was designed by architect Ellis F. Lawrence...
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