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Shop Talk: Tuesday, November 8

Wolfe Center renderingNext month Bowling Green State U. will open the Wolfe Center for the Arts, a 98,000-square-foot facility housing a 400-seat main theater as well as rehearsal space, classrooms, design studios, and offices. The building’s architects, from the Norwegian firm Snøhetta, say the design was inspired by the way retreating glaciers scoured the landscape, leaving behind “vast plateaus of rich soils and uncovered geology.” (Snøhetta rendering)

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