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Weekly Roundup: Frank Lloyd Wright Education Center, BIG’s Plans for Denmark Hotel, Denver Campus Building Breaks Ground

By Krista Taylor posted 07-08-2019 16:04


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  • The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust is planning a new visitor and education center in Oak Park, Illinois, adjoining the celebrated architect’s home and studio. Designed by architect John Ronan, the state-of-the-art expansion seeks to strengthen its relationship with the community, deepen its educational impact, increase indoor and outdoor capacity by more than 20,000 square feet, and enhance the visitor experience.
  • Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has revealed plans for the H. C. Andersen Hotel, situated inside the iconic Tivoli Gardens amusement park. The project will refurbish and re-purpose the 1893 Tivoli Castle, renovate the 1883 Panorama Pavilion, and build a new 18-story pagoda.
  • The University of Denver’s (DU’s) Burwell Center for Career Achievement in Colorado has broken ground. Planned for a 2020 opening, the design has been led by Lake|Flato with Shears Adkins Rockmore (SA+R) providing local architectural support.


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