The new 135,000 SF Computer Design, Research, and Learning Center (CDRLC) at University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) will consolidate the currently fragmented Computer Science Department in a new home and co-locate it with a large cluster of university-administered classrooms at the heart of the East Campus. The building is designed to be a welcoming, inclusive, and inviting space for the diverse student body. It will be a new campus hub, serve research needs with state-of-the-art facilities, and help accommodate the rapidly increasing undergraduate enrollment in computer science.

Working in collaboration with Seattle architecture firm, LMN Architects, Booth Hansen is the Architect of Record.

University of Illinois Chicago Computer Design, Research, and Learning Center

Client: University of Illinois Chicago

University of Illinois Chicago Computer Design, Research, and Learning Center


The new 135,000 SF Computer Design, Research, and Learning Center (CDRLC) at University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) will consolidate the currently fragmented Computer Science Department in a new home and co-locate it with a large cluster of university-administered classrooms at the heart of the East Campus. The building is designed to be a welcoming, inclusive, and inviting space for the diverse student body. It will be a new campus hub, serve research needs with state-of-the-art facilities, and help accommodate the rapidly increasing undergraduate enrollment in computer science.

Working in collaboration with Seattle architecture firm, LMN Architects, Booth Hansen is the Architect of Record.

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