There’s a controversy over Charlie Munger’s design for a big dorm at UCSB


Charlie Munger at Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting in Los Angeles California. May 1, 2021.

Gerard Miller | CNBC

Charlie Munger’s architectural design for a new, large dormitory at the University of California, Santa Barbara is getting attention after an architect on the school’s Design Review Committee quit because he thinks it doesn’t include enough natural light.

The 11-story, $1.5 billion building with 1.68 million square feet of space would house 4,536 undergraduates. It’s meant to address a severe shortage of residential space at the school that has drawn threats of lawsuits.

Munger, the Vice Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, is interested in architecture as well as investing. Warren…


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