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The Yale University Center for Innovative Thinking by architecture studio Weiss/Manfredi is an elliptical glass pavilion for students on the New Haven campus, New York City-based Weiss/Manfredi designed the two-storey pavilion to stand out from the brutalist and gothic-style buildings of the historic Yale University.

The pavilion was built on top of an existing laboratory in a plaza surrounded by the Becton Center, Dunham Labs and the Sheffield Sterling Strathcona Building. Set near the middle of the courtyard it has a concrete base and slim steel columns around the perimeter.

The pavilion is framed by gothic and brutalist buildings
The glass walls are 22 feet tall