page hall renovation, ohio state university, columbus, ohio
“Working with Miller/Watson has been an exciting, creative, and satisfying process. The design captures both the spirit of Senator Glenn and the functions of the Institute in ways that I would not have dreamed. I almost want to start a new building just to continue the process.” - Deborah Merritt, Former Director, The John Glenn Institute











The term “classical architecture” refers to a building that is either from antiquity or copies this ancient style. During the design of Page Hall, future home of the John Glenn Institute, Miller/Watson understood “classical” not as a stylistic or temporal adjective, but as a metaphysical one. Today, Page Hall is an experiment in timelessness. No longer does it represent a point in mankind’s history, but rather the accomplishments of mankind throughout history. For the first time, the “classical” moniker accurately describes this building – destined to house a private institution dedicated to the public good.

Designed by Miller/Watson while principals of Lincoln Street Studio.

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