The Wolfe Center for the Arts will be the first completed American project for the Norwegian architectural firm Snøhetta. The new structure is located on the campus of Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. The building design was led by Snøhetta architect Craig Dykers and will feature 93,000 square-feet of space.
Project was recently launched with a unique groundbreaking celebration that featured a 60-piece wind symphony and a architectural model created by the school’s ceramic students. The building is designed to unite a diverse range of art studies into a social facility that encourages interaction between the students and faculty. The architects also wanted to make it a space for the whole school, breaking barriers between people’s different interests.
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