Bowdoin ‘Resets Jefferson’s Bar for Campus Architecture’ (Chronicle of Higher Ed)

America’s college campuses have a whole lot of new buildings that were designed to blend in with earlier architecture. According to Lawrence Biemiller, most of them miss the mark and some are “cartoon-grade terrible.” Biemiller, a senior writer for The Chronicle of Higher Education, suggests that campus planners look to a few special campuses-including Bowdoin’s-for a primer on how to do it right.

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  1. Mike Coster

    The Bowdoin Art Museum is one of the finest Buildings in North America.
    I loved my 4 years of Art courses and will always appreciate my Art Major Professor–Phil Beam
    Mike Coster ’57

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