Building Name: College of Design
Date of Construction: 1978
Total Square Footage: 163,025 s.f.
Architect: HLKB Architecture
History: Iowa State University's College of Design was created in 1978, when four long-standing departments in other colleges were brought together to create new, dynamic and collaborative experiences for everyone associated with the new college.
The College of Design features five stories of studio spaces and offices wrapped around a public atrium with a vaulted skylight. Outside are expansive lawns, native prairie plantings, and several display areas for public art. Inside are a 250-seat auditorium, electronic classroom, printing center, gallery, a branch of the University Library, model shop, Design Café, art supply store, Cyber Café, and several computer labs. The College of Design houses the departments of Architecture, Art and Design, Community and Regional Planning, and Landscape Architecture, with sub-programs including Design Studies Minor, Digital Media Minor, Graphic Design, Integrated Studio Arts, and Interior Design.
This model was done by Andrew Temeyer