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Architecture Design and Building in Ohio, USA - 01
Architecture Design and Building in Ohio, USA

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CINCINNATI STUDENT CENTER BY MOORE RUBLE YUDELL

As architects, we generally consider how a building meets the ground — in essence, we design a base that holds the building in place. But we seldom have to design this base while traversing a change in grade some 50 feet (15 meters) along nearly 500 feet (150 meters) of a building's length. — Published 2012.0222

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RECREATIONAL MORPHING

A generation ago, the University of Cincinnati was a commonplace American commuter school riddled with surface parking lots, the campus severed by a busy thoroughfare. Despite being nestled in the heart of a large city, it felt suburban. But over the ensuing years, the university has undergone a billion-dollar makeover. — Published 2006.0426

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PRESERVING WRIGHT'S WESTCOTT HOUSE

In 1907, a house began to take shape on High Street in Springfield, Ohio. Local residents referred to it as a monstrosity. Some thought it to be such a bizarre design for a residential neighborhood, it was mistaken for a sanitarium or hospital. — Published 2001.0502

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ARONOFF ADDITION - A FIELD GUIDE TO META-NARRATIVES

I am often asked how I like the new Aronoff addition to the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, designed by Peter Eisenman. After all, I work there every day and I am an architect.

Well, that's easy: I like it. It's airy and spacious, visually engaging, and reasonably functional. But, most important, it is entertaining to talk about. — Published 2001.0103

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