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Gould Evans Designs DeBruce Center for the Original Rules of Basketball

Gould Evans has unveiled its newest project: the DeBruce Center for the Original Rules of Basketball, a 32,000 square-foot museum that will house the 1891 original typed rules of basketball by James Naismith.

The museum will serve as an addition to the University of Kansas’ Allen Fieldhouse, and seeks not only to provide an exhibition place for the historical document, but also to tell a three-dimensional history of the evolution of basketball through various points along a linear path.

Video: Re-Building Greensburg

A few months ago we featured Studio 804′s Sustainable Prototype a collaborate project between students from the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Urban Planning and the 5.4.7 Arts Center in GreensburgKansas.  The construction and delivery of the Sustainable Prototype was provided to the 5.4.7 Arts Center on the one year anniversary of the tornado that devastated GreensburgKansas. Although the building was developed for the long term use by the Arts Center, its immediate use was as the first completed public facility serving as a beacon for the community and its ambitious rebuilding efforts.  The Sustainable Prototype became the first LEED Platinum building in the state of Kansas, as well as the first designed and built by students.

Follow the break for four videos featuring Studio 804′s process from initial design, construction, delivery and public open house of the Sustainable Prototype.

Imagine KC

Imagine a vibrant, connected and green Kansas City region.  Highlighting local communities, Imagine KC discuses how members of the community are working together to provide a more sustainable and vibrant place to live, work and play.  Episode 2: Energy Efficiency and Conservation aired in January and is the latest of the 12 part series from Kansas City Public Television.

Tune in March 24th at 7:30 p.m. for Episode Three: Quality Places and Vibrant Centers.  More information about Imagine KC following the break.