The four-building dormitory complex surrounds a newly-created courtyard landscape. This complex refers back to and completes the existing one mile long Kenyon campus axis, weaving the formal campus plan with the existing woods. It creates a loosely defined courtyard spatially framed by four buildings. A path through the courtyard weaves down into the college woods.
It is made of stone, stucco, wood, and lead-coated copper.
Keywords: Residential structures/ housing, group dwellings, dormitories, institutional buildings, school buildings, stucco, Ohio, Knox County, United States. Submitted by Natalie Martinez.
1990s (1990 - 1999)
plaster copper and brass stone and/or rock wood (hardwood or softwood)