university of california san diego has a campus that contains multiple examples of modern architecture in all of its forms even though it's not an architectural school.
the master plan consists of 12 colleges each with its own approach and takes the remarkable geisel library to the focal point of the site.
warren lecture hall is located very close to the library, the brutalist beauty, but has a completely different character.
the structure gets sunlight into the classrooms through the courtyard that is open to the walkway and also to the sky.
but the key element that makes the building appealing is not the form but the colors. especially during the fall, the grey facade and the red details blend with the colors of the season, the trees and the leaves.