1000 units of housing designed for the Campus of the University of California, in Santa Barbara. This design was developed while Frishman Architecture was working for Harry Wolf.
The housing was designed with individual courtyards, which were situated around larger courtyards, which contained semi public space, and common spaces for laundry and study.
The typical units each had private courtyards, the units were back to back to share the plumbing core for cost efficiency.
There are two Multi-purpose buildings per block with common spaces, one for community space and one for laundry and study.
typical courtyard views, and view from a pedestrian bridge link. These bridges tied all of the units together for multiple access to the site.
View from the connector bridge between the street block and the parking podium.
From this view you can see the communal building which houses a study area, laundry area, and a communal room.