A New Life Design Program

Supporting Bowling Green State University’s strategic plan, the Life Design program will occupy the majority of the existing Math & Science Building, built circa 1967 and located on a prominent site in the heart of campus. Project scope/objectives includes, creating a dynamic, collaborative, and functional home for the new Life Design program; developing a refreshed south façade and second floor entrance experience that promotes new and existing functions within the Math and Science Building; and creating a new exterior plaza at the building entrance.

A Highly Inclusive and Collaborative Project Process

SSOE | Stevens & Wilkinson is utilizing a highly inclusive and collaborative project process. By forging strong partnerships with University stakeholders, the new design will address the drivers at the heart of the project's goals, mission, and objectives. In doing so, the team will be able to creatively capitalize on what’s possible, and thereby achieve a meaningful solution that will inspire stakeholder and student success. Life Design is a differentiator for Bowling Green State University; the program starts by teaching their students to design their college experience and then they provide them with the tools to design their life. The interior layout and modifications to the building’s exterior will support this unique mission.

The SSOE | Stevens & Wilkinson scope of work for this new Bowling Green State University project includes the interior tenant fit-out for the Life Design suite, improvements to the interior circulation path to the Life Design Suite, exterior façade enhancement, and exterior plaza and landscape improvements.

ClientBowling Green State UniversityLocationBowling Green, OhioProject Size15,000 square feet; 2 levelsServicesProgramming, Architecture, Engineering, Interior Design, FF&E

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