The Architecture of Georgia Tech

Conceived in 1865, the Georgia Institute of Technology is consistently ranked among the best universities in the United States and the world, according to numerous rankings detailed by Wikipedia.

But here, we’re just going to focus on some of Georgia Tech’s interesting architecture. The campus is located just north of downtown Atlanta and west of Midtown. In fact, it has grown right almost to the center of Midtown Atlanta, having crossed the I-75/85 Connector.

Tech Tower 1887
Tech Tower 1887
Global Learning Center
Global Learning Center at Technology Square
Molecular Science Engineering Bldg
Molecular Science Engineering Bldg
School of Management
School of Management
Hinman Research Center
Hinman Research Center
Hinman Research interior
Hinman Research interior
Ford Environmental Science & Technology
Ford Environmental Science & Technology
Carbon Neutral Energy Solutions Laboratory
Carbon Neutral Energy Solutions Laboratory

Whitaker Bldg

Whitaker Bldg
North Ave Dining Hall with Olympic Dorms behind
North Ave Dining Hall with Olympic Dorms behind
North Avenue Dining Hall
North Avenue Dining Hall
Campus Recreation Center
Campus Recreation Center
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Bioconvergence Bldg
Love Manufacturing Bldg
Love Manufacturing Bldg
Engineered Biosystems
Engineered Biosystems
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Proposed Centergy Two Residences, 22 floors
Marcus Nanotechnology Center
Marcus Nanotechnology Center by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson architects
Student Housing (under construction)
Student Housing (under construction)
Centergy One (under construction)
 24-story High Performance Computing Center for Modeling and Simulation.(under construction)

 

5th Street Bridge with park and pedestrian plaza-- over I-75/85
5th Street Bridge with park and pedestrian plaza– over I-75/85

Aerial Map of GT, Midtown on right

Aerial Map of GT, Midtown on right
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