Adohi Hall Finalist for two World Architecture Festival Awards

Adohi Hall was finalist for two World Architecture Festival Design Awards.

The Adohi Hall team gave live presentations to the jury for the categories of Housing and Best Use of Certified Timber.


Adohi Hall is the first large-scale mass timber residence hall and living learning setting and was largest cross laminated timber (CLT) building in the United States at its completion in 2019. Leers Weinzapfel led a design collaborative including Modus Studio (Fayetteville, AR), Mackey Mitchell Architects (St. Louis), and OLIN (Philadelphia), in the realization of this new campus gateway project. The 202,027-square-foot Adohi Hall creates a new residential college with emphasis on a creative live learn environment within a relaxed, informal, tree-lined landscape that re-conceptualizes university housing.

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