UCA Naryn Campus (September 2016)
Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic
Phase I construction of the University of Central Asia’s first undergraduate residential campus in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic is complete. UCA’s 12,200m2 facilities include an Academic block (housing a library, dining hall, laboratories, classrooms, faculty offices and faculty housing) and a dormitory with three wings. The first phase of building accommodates up to 150 students; at full capacity, the Naryn Campus will span 125,000m2 and accommodate 1,200 students.
UCA Naryn Campus: Aerial view of Phase I Academic Block and Dormitories.
The Academic Building at the Naryn campus. UCA directly managed the architectural design and construction process to maintain quality, monitor progress and manage construction costs.
Landscaping works complete around the Academic Building.
Dormitories: Landscaping works complete around the student dormitories, which feature a comfortable, modular design, customisable to students’ preferences.
UCA’s Sports Dome will host tennis, basketball, badminton, volleyball and football 365 days a year. In the summer, students can enjoy football and tennis at the University’s international standard outdoor facilities.
Academic Building Reception area showcases innovative biodynamic lighting technology from the United Kingdom against a hardwood wall built by Kyrgyz company Integra.
UCA’s dining hall also serves as an event space.
Biodynamic lighting across campus replicates variations in natural light, offering positive biological effects on vision, concentration and wellness year-round.
Study space is available for individualised and group study throughout campus.
Classroom spaces feature movable chairs and configurable tables with a variety of multimedia technology to support teaching and learning.
The Faculty lounge in UCA’s Academic Block.
Student dormitory. Each room accommodates two students, with modular storage spaces that can be customised for privacy and preferences.
UCA Naryn Campus at Night