Aronoff Center for Design and Art/DAAP Building, University of Cincinnati--Interior, hallways (page 6 of 6)

Peter Eisenman
1988-96



Interior views: places to look below, places to sit, some walls off plumb by 10 degrees, and a monumental staircase

Traditional round columns signify the "old" building side whereas unique faceted columns line up on the "addition" side.
 
 
 




See also views from the north, the northeast, the west side, east entrance, main hall of the interior.

Other Eisenman buildings on this site include: Greater Columbus Convention Center and Wexner Center.


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