- Adaptive reuse of 31,000sf.
- Transformed a dark nondescript warehouse into a bright, exciting and inspiring space for the Department of Architecture & Environmental Design.
- Open floor plan puts learning on display and generates an energized atmosphere.
- A 300' long crit-wall of tackable surface provides the opportunity to highlight the work of the students.
- Row of whiteboard pivot-walls divide the gallery from the studio space and provides the flexibility for group or individual critiques.
What was once a dark, nondescript, underutilized warehouse was recently transformed into a bright, exciting and adaptive space for BGSU’s Department of Architecture & Environmental Design. The design includes trailblazing design studios, administrative offices, shared group learning spaces, and a resource and media library fit for the current state and future of education.