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Four teams unveil concepts in competition to design $40 million architecture school at KSU

The WRL proposal for the KSU architecture building was the only one in which a Northeast Ohio firm stood on its own, without tapping a lead design consultant from outside the region. The proposal from the Collaborative of Toledo with Miller Hull of Seattle called for rectangular The Weiss-Manfredi and Bowen proposal for the KSU building called for a light, transparent structure. The Bialosky + ARO proposal for the KSU building called for a largely opaque structure designed to produce high energy savings.

The proposal from the Collaborative of Toledo with Miller Hull of Seattle called for rectangular

The proposal from the Collaborative of Toledo with Miller Hull of Seattle called for rectangular "tubes" containing architecture studios, set atop a one-story rectangular base that parallels the new KSU Esplanade.



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