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Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership / Studio Gang

01:00 - 15 December, 2014
Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership / Studio Gang, © Steve Hall for Hedrich Blessing
© Steve Hall for Hedrich Blessing

© Steve Hall for Hedrich Blessing © Steve Hall for Hedrich Blessing © Steve Hall for Hedrich Blessing © Steve Hall for Hedrich Blessing + 48

Sangren Hall / SHW Group

01:00 - 24 June, 2013
© Justin Maconochie
© Justin Maconochie
  • Architects

  • Location

    Henry, Kalamazoo, MI 49008, United States
  • Architect in Charge

    SHW Group
  • Project Year

    2012
  • Photographs

© Justin Maconochie © Justin Maconochie © Justin Maconochie © Justin Maconochie + 31

Studio Gang breaks ground on Arcus Center at Kalamazoo College

14:53 - 13 September, 2012
Night © Studio Gang Architects
Night © Studio Gang Architects

Studio Gang Architects and Kalamazoo College have announced plans to break ground October 9, at 4PM, on a new campus building to house the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership in southwest Michigan. The 10,000 square foot, wood masonry center will be the world’s first purpose-built structure for social justice leadership development, integrating a study, meeting, and event space where students, faculty, visiting scholars, social justice leaders, and members of the public will come together to engage in conversation and activities aimed at creating a more just world.

Set to be completed in Fall 2013, the Arcus Center is targeting LEED Gold certification. Continue after the break to learn more.