Inaugurating Loyola University’s New Building

September 13, 2023

Loyola University has inaugurated the new Phase 2 building on its Seville campus, designed by luis vidal + architects. The opening, coinciding with the beginning of the new school year, took place during an emotional ceremony in which everyone also bid farewell to Chancellor Gabriel Pérez Alcalá, who is retiring after more than 11 years as the head of the institution, and almost four decades serving it.

The event was attended by the Deputy Minister of University, Research, and Innovation of the Junta de Andalucía, Lorena Garrido Serrano, who cut the ribbon with Luis Vidal by her side, as well as the mayor of Dos Hermanas, Francisco Rodríguez García; the sub-delegate of the Spanish Government in Seville, Isabel Mayo; and the chancellors of Deusto and Comillas Universities, Juan José Etxeberría and Enrique Sanz, respectively.

This reaffirms the close bond and deep trust that exists between the university and the renowned international architecture practice, which has once again brought the most sustainable and innovative design principles to Loyola’s classrooms.


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