A view inside the courtyard looking north
|Owner||University of Oregon|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||PLACE studio, LLC|
The Hatfield-Dowlin Complex houses the Football Operations Center at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. Completed in 2013 with a donation provided by Phil and Penny Knight, the complex is named for Lota Hatfield, Phil Knight's mother, and Dorothie Dowlin, the mother of Penny Knight. The black granite and glass structure was designed by ZGF Architects, the same firm that designed the John E. Jaqua Center for Student Athletes. The landscape architect of record is PLACE studio. Early estimates suggested a cost of $68 million, although the Oregon Daily Emerald reported the cost at closer to $138 million.
Some features of the 145,000-square-foot complex include a 170-seat theater, a weight room, a cafeteria, a barber shop, locker rooms, saunas, and lounges.
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- Bishop, Greg (August 2, 2013). "Oregon Embraces 'University of Nike' Image". The New York Times. Retrieved September 20, 2013.
- Sports Illustrated photos
- USA Today: Stunning amenities in Oregon's new football facility
- Skin’s Blog discussion: Pushing the Envelope (American Institute of Architects Portland)
- Oregon Quarterly: Form Beyond Function
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