Blum Hall

Built 2010. The Blum Center’s home is a 22,000 square foot complex completed in 2010. The complex comprises the renovated Naval Architecture Building (designed by John Galen Howard and built in 1914), a new three-story wing and terraces, bridges and plazas connecting the complex to the College of Engineering's Sutardja Dai Hall. The center is a hub for anti-poverty innovation and is named for Richard C. Blum. The center supports faculty research aimed at creating lasting change for the poor around the world.

Building Details

[under construction]

Pictures of Blum Hall

The south side of Blum Hall. To the right of the building's entrance is a staircase leading to the Blum Center for Economics.

Blum Hall

The accessible entrance to Blum Hall, facing east. To the left of the double doors is an automatic door opener.

East Entrance


Blum Center for Developing Economies, Industrial Engineering and Operations Research