University of Notre-Dame (US) Tantur Jerusalem

Tantur Campus - Jerusalem
Tantur campus was built in 1970 on the site of a Austro-Hungarian hospital, and serves as a Ecumenical Center for Religious Studies, drawing students and researchers from around the globe.

Campus building currently consists of 9 blocks, totalling 12,000m2 area , on a site of 145 dunam, designed in the style of structures from the 70's.

The University is now undertaking a new modern architectural design proposal for renewing the entire campus, whilst preserving and strengthening parts of historical and architectural significance.

The landscaping and open vistas of olive trees and nature will be blended with the new structures, allowing the stunning views over Jerusalem into the campus, with emphasis on open light and air into living spaces.

Structural refurbishment will involve use of steel frames and reinforced concrete, ensuring improved stability and resilience to seismic and gravity loads.
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