The University of Wyoming recently opened its new Energy Innovation Center, designed by HOK and GSG Architecture.
In crafting a building whose main goal is to make the study of natural resources accessible, architects from HOK and GSG did just that: they brought the outside in.
Its purpose is to study what’s buried beneath the earth’s surface, but the University of Wyoming’s Energy Innovation Center isn’t an underground bunker. Read More
Filed Under: 3d Visualizations, education, energy, energy resources, fossil fuels, gsg architecture, HOK, Laramie, mark northam, minerals, mining, natural resources, Oil, University of Wyoming, University of Wyoming Energy Innovation Center, Wyoming
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