Miami University Traveling Studio Presentation

Posted Nov 25th, 2009 by Robert F. Seyfang  Category: Community Interest,


During the Fall Semester this year, The Toledo Design Center has sponsored and has conducted a relationship with sixteen third and fourth year architectural students and their primary instructor, Craig Hinrichs, to provide conceptual design studies for three Downtown sites. The specific sites include the Paramount Block bounded by Jackson Blvd, Superior Street, Adams Street and Huron Street; the Hytower site (former Owens Corning Building) bounded by Levis Park, Summit Street, Jefferson Avenue and St. Clair Street and Arena Place bounded by Jefferson Ave., Huron Str., the AT&T building and Erie Str. The sixteen students have distributed themselves among the sites and have developed individual conceptual designs.

On Thursday, December 3, 2009, the students will return to Toledo to present their work to The Toledo Design Center, the Downtown Toledo Parking Authority and the Downtown Toledo Improvement District and the parent organization, the Greater Downtown Business Partnership along with public officials from the City and County. The public is also invited.

The schedule for the event is open viewing of the work from 2:00 to 4:00 PM and the formal presentations will be made from 4:00 until 7:00 PM.

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