The Student House has high social ambitions and forms a meeting place where students, researchers and employees can gather to study, work and evolve together. The building is located exactly at the intersection of the university’s northern technology-oriented parts and the southern ones, which are oriented towards the humanities. The entrance hall extends over two floors and is connected by a wide staircase, where students can also sit down to study. The meeting place is an addition to the existing route that runs throughout Campus Valla, Corson, and serves as the campus’ social pulse vein.
The Student House contributes to the development by offering an open meeting place in an attractive building, centrally located on the Campus site. The new function, a Student Services with concierge and associated chatroom increases the quality of
By contributing to the development of the entire Campus Valla, the house is in many ways more than just a building. The house is primarily a place to support meetings between different people and interests.Linda Mattsson, Lead Architet
Unifying rooms with views of the nature
The library is the true heart of the Student House and also constitutes the larger, unifying space that Campus Valla has so far lacked. Here, the entrance hall’s public and accessible areas meet a more contemplative environment with different types of study places, individually or in groups, quiet or with a slightly higher sound volume.
During the design process for the Miljöbyggnad Guld-certified building, daylight simulations were carried out in the early design stage to support the architectural design.