Kokosing Hall
Client: Bowling Green State University
Location: Bowling Green, Ohio
  • A 22,900sf addition to the Architectural and Environmental Design Building (previously designed by SHP).
  • An innovation lab with fabrication zones, a workshop, flexible workspaces and CNC machines.
  • Spaces to incorporate student engagement with corporate partners, students, faculty and alumni while creating opportunities for growth into new programs.
  • A student-centered lounge with multiple seating options and staff offices.
Interesting Fact: Bringing both construction management and architecture programs under the same roof (the only university in the country to do so at the time) allows students to receive a more comprehensive educational experience that raising awareness of a variety of important elements in the industry.
Architecture|Interior Design|Engineering

Our team designed an addition to an existing building on campus that creates a dynamic space to host the School of The Built Environment for students in the architecture and construction management programs at BGSU. The facility, known as Kokosing Hall, is designed to provide real-world experiences and prepare students for evolving technology and processes that will be more adaptable in the future.

In Kokosing Hall's new classrooms, collaborative spaces and cutting-edge labs, our faculty will have space to innovate with our students... This fantastic new facility will help us meet the ever-evolving workforce needs and prepare graduates more effectively for jobs in the future.
– Dr. Jennie Gallimore, Dean of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering, Bowling Green State University