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This section primarily concernsTemple Hoyne Buell hall, the main Building of the School of Architecture designed by Ralph Johnson of Perkins & Will, dedicated in 1995. Two general references on campus architecture are also provided. Also see our vertical file for miscellaneous materials on campus buildings.
Campus Art & Architecture
Temple Hoyne Buell Hall
Architecture : the AIA journal
Call Number: Q. 720.5 AMJA1
Publication Date: Washington, D.C. : American Institute of Architects, c1983-c2006
Architecture & Art Close Stacks [non-circulating]
Online access available
See August 1995 issue for article on Buell: Keegan, Edward, and Alan Forrester. "Prairie Companion." Architecture. 85.8 (1996): 96-103.
Johnson/Perkins and Will
Books below cover the work of Johnson/Perkins and Will and include Buell Hall. Some also include another campus building by the firm, the Chemical and Life Sciences Building, on Goodwin Avenue, near the eastern edge of the campus.