Project DescriptionFROM AIA INDIANA:
The oldest surviving building at Indiana State University – a 1909, Neo-Classical design -- was brought back to life thanks to a restoration and renovation. Built for student education, it later was a library and then in the mid-1970s was used primarily for archival storage. It’s now the Student Success Center, and many of the original characteristics, including the stained-glass rotunda have been restored.
“This project lovingly restores a series of public spaces lost and hidden by years of ill-conceived renovations. The preservation component of the project was thoroughly researched and painstakingly executed - recapturing the grandeur of this academic building. The work was very clearly communicated allowing the extent of the renovation to be completely understood.”