University of Iowa to replace flood-damaged art building

Feb. 27, 2010
FEMA funds will help build School of Art and Art History facility
FromThe Daily Iowan: The University of Iowa is planning a new building for the School of Art and Art History, replacing one damaged irreparably by the flood of 2008. The building is projected to be 115,000 square feet, roughly the same as the previous establishment, and it will house studios, classrooms, offices, and gallery space. Officials have yet to put a price tag on the new building, but they expect the Federal Emergency Management Agency to cover 90 percent of the total. The architects are BNIM, will work with Steven Holl Architects.

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