|This controversial work is both a renovation of the earlier 1950s red brick College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) and an addition to it. The new low-lying addition is joined at an angle to the older building--see interior for dramatic juncture and it is sheathed in pastel panels. |
The north side facing Martin Luther King Drive, the main thoroughfare through West Campus; the north side looking east (center and right)
The north side looking west (left and center); looking east (right)
The north side looking east
The north side looking east; frontal detail of north side (right)
See also views from the northeast, the west end, the east entrance, main hall of the interior, interior hallways.
Other Eisenman buildings on this site include: Greater Columbus Convention Center and Wexner Center.
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