Built in 1907, the Victorian-style conservatory at Kansas State University, represents a special piece of campus history. Originally serving as a plant museum filled with exotic specimens, it continues to serve as an educational resource for students, as well as the community at large. However, structurally, the facility needs attention, and building system upgrades are in order, as well.
IAA was commissioned by KSU to design the renovation of the conservatory. Work will consist of interior updates, as well as significant site work. Once renovated, the Conservatory will continue to serve as a valuable educational resource and leisure destination.