Concrete, steel and glass to be used in Calatrava-designed campus

10/5/2011 | St. Petersburg Times (Fla.)

The University of South Florida Polytechnic could be getting a new campus -- one designed by Santiago Calatrava, architect of the new transit hub at the World Trade Center. The Science and Technology Center is expected to be the signature structure, a building of concrete, steel and glass that could be almost "two football fields long and two stories high," with an atrium and "overhead 'wings,' up to 100 feet long, [that] will open and close as the sun moves through the sky."

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