Peter B. Lewis Building

Designed by world famous architect Frank Gehry, the Peter B. Lewis Building's unique architectural features symbolize the Weatherhead School of Management's innovative approach to management education. The building takes its name from Peter B. Lewis, Chairman of the Progressive Insurance Company, whose vision and support helped make the building possible. The building continues in its original purpose of providing workspaces and classrooms to Weatherhead School of Management's students and faculty.

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How Technology Shapes Design
Architect Richard Van Petten the role of technology in the design and construction of the Peter B. Lewis Building
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A Fitting Design
Richard Baznik explains how the exterior of the Peter B. Lewis Building reflects the educational philosophy of the Weatherhead School of Management
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Interior Spaces
Richard Baznik describes the interior spaces of the Peter B. Lewis Building
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