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Robinson Building 2 - Auditorium

Robinson Building 2 - Auditorium

About named building

Located in Roosevelt College, the Robinson Building Complex houses the Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies (IR/PS). The complex consists of four buildings clustered around a plaza: the auditorium (3,114 assignable square feet), two administration buildings (20,925 assignable square feet), and the library (17,558 assignable square feet). The architecture of the Robinson Building Complex features spectacular views of the Pacific Coast, Jerusalem marble from the Middle East and iron work embellishments. The facility has won multiple design awards, including the Award of Merit by the American Institute of Architects California Council in 1991. Occupied in March of 1990, the Robinson Building Complex is named in honor of Lawrence B. Robinson, a generous supporter of UC San Diego and the IR/PS.


Naming Type: Donor
Building Location: Roosevelt College
Date Constructed: January 1, 1990
Predominant Use: General Use
Floors or Levels: 1 Floor
Other Names:

Int'l Relations and Pacific Studies - Auditorium
IRPS Auditorium


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