BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY – CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS

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Center for Visual Arts at Boise State University – Boise, ID

The Center for the Visual Arts at Boise State University is raising the bar for other University programs throughout the country. This new state-of-the-art building features bold material and color choices that make an impactful statement to the University.

HGA and local firm Lombard Conrad Architects chose Light Interference Color stainless steel as a focal point of this new addition to campus. The Blue Bright stamped tiles tie into the classic BSU school colors and mimics the color scheme of the nearby Boise River. The exterior walls of the Visual Arts building are enhanced with unique angles to create a dynamic perspective to it’s appearance.

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The Center for Visual Arts is an important part of the Boise Community and the future of the University. This program will continue to inspire students, foster creativity, and allow the local community to be a part of the local arts.

Project Details

Architect: HGA / Lombard Conrad Architects

Product: Large Flat Tile

Material: 304 Stainless Steel – LIC

Color/Finish: Blue Bright

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