Kent State, School of Architecture Building, Kent OH, Weiss/Manfredi Architects
© Albert Vecerka/Esto
August 26, 2016
Kent State’s “Dazzling” New Architecture School photographed by Albert Vecerka

Weiss/Manfredi’s newest building is the Architecture School at Kent State University, photographed by Albert Vecerka. Writing on Cleveland’s The Plain Dealer, Steven Litt describes it as “a bold, unique, place-specific piece of design”. Continuing Albert’s collaboration with the architects, he has already made two trips to the site, once during construction, again before the move-in, and will return again next month when the building is open and in full use.

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