Noble Research Center
Oklahoma St. University, Stillwater, Oklahoma

A national design competition winner, this major facility at Oklahoma State University was designed in association with Frankfort Short Bruza to be a “21st century center for agriculture and renewable natural resources." The Noble Research Center houses a 280-seat auditorium, lecture rooms and faculty offices as well as labs for plant pathology, entomology, microbiology, biochemistry, and geology. The building creates a new entry and setting on campus and incorporates state of the art energy conservation systems and various levels of interaction spaces throughout the building. This design was developed for Oklahoma State University, College of Agriculture by the Principals of Architecture International when they were at The Architects Collaborative.