Marston Hall has been the home of Iowa State University’s College of Engineering for more than a century. Marston’s limestone facade and grand rotunda has long symbolized the reputation of Iowa State’s engineering program. Over its life, Marston Hall has undergone many improvements and repairs, however overall, the space provided by the building is out of date. This two-year project will include a nearly total structural reconfiguration of the interior of the building that will honor the building’s historical significance while serving the college’s future.


Ames, IA


Substance Architecture

Project Type

Higher Education, Renovation