Tang Center Picture Gallery

The Tang Center at 2222 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA provides urgent and primary care outpatient health services to UC Berkeley students, plus selected services to faculty and staff. Constructed in 1991-92, the center was fashioned as a three-story, T-shaped building with a central glazed atrium and clinic / administrative wings. The building incorporates traditional regional design elements reminiscent of those used by the famed architect Bernard Maybeck. The structure is made of concrete and steel, its facade surfaced with terracotta-colored stucco and blue curtain walls. The north courtyard includes the small Mediterranean-style Founders Building (built in 1942), now serving as the Tang Center's Career Counseling Library.

The Tang Eye Center is located on the third floor. It houses examination rooms, ancillary testing rooms, and an eye wear center.

Tang Eye Care Center

Optometry Clinic frame displays,
Tang Eye Center, third floor clinic wing

Tang Center from Edwards 2

Tang Center, viewed from Edwards Stadium, looking southeast

Tang from Edwards 3

Tang Center, viewed from Edwards Stadium, looking southeast

Evans from Tang

Tang Center, central glazed atrium, third floor, looking north
Upper window view: Edwards Track & Field Stadium
Lower window view: North Courtyard & Founders Building

Tang Lobby

Tang Center, central glazed atrium, lobby & reception,
viewed from third floor level just outside the Optometry Clinic wing

Tang from Durant

The Tang Center's trellis-covered pathway,
south-side entrance, looking north

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