Agronomy Hall

Iowa Architecture

Iowa is home to a remarkably diverse array of architectural styles from colonial to postmodern. Architects as well known as Frank Lloyd Wright and Frank Gehry have left their mark in the state alongside prairie homesteaders. As we enter into a new decade, a greater emphasis is being placed on eco-friendly architecture, as evidenced by the upswing in LEED-certified buildings. The Daily Palette is proud to present a wide variety of Iowa architecture from many eras and movements.

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RDG BUSSARD DIKIS
Agronomy Hall, Ames, 1988

Modern design fuses with traditional materials in order to blend with older buildings on the Iowa State University campus.

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on March 04, 2010

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