KENT STATE CENTER FOR ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN FEATURED IN THE NEW YORK TIMES FALL PREVIEW

The new Kent State Center for Architecture and Environmental Design (CAED) in Kent, Ohio was recently featured in the Art & Design section of The New York Times on Sunday, September 18th.

Architecture critic Reed Kroloff states that the new Center for Architecture and Environmental Design "was envisioned as a transition between the community and the academic realm."

The 117,000-square-foot building features an expansive studio loft with continuous sightlines that unite spaces of creation and critique, encourage interdisciplinary discourse, and enhance the peripheral field of vision for students and faculty.

To read the full article, "Millions of Square Feet, Billions of Dollars: An Arts Universe Expands," visit The New York Times.

The Kent State CAED was also recently reviewed by architecture critic Steven Litt in The Plain Dealer.

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