Video: Center for Architecture and Environmental Design Grand Opening

Kent State University celebrated the grand opening of its newest and much-anticipated building, the Center for Architecture and Environmental Design, on Oct. 7.

Visitors, alumni and friends from around the world toured the 110,191-square-foot contemporary glass-and-brick building, stretching along the Lefton Esplanade from Lincoln Street toward downtown Kent.

 

POSTED: Friday, October 14, 2016 11:49 AM
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