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Joseph F. Morbito Architecture Library

309 Taylor Hall, Kent, Ohio  44242

Telephone:  330-672-2876

 

Kent State University Normal College

Panoramic Post Card View of Kent State Normal College (now Kent State University), date, 1922

Library Catalogs:  KentLINK | OhioLINK | OhioLINK Central Catalog |

 Reference & Research:  Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals

 Collection Overview:  The Joseph F. Morbito Architecture Library contains approximately 15,000 titles, including current periodicals, CD ROMS, and a selection of maps. The library provides access to a number of OhioLINK databases for online research. The library serves the College of Architecture and Environmental Design curriculum in Design, Interior Design and Landscape Architecture, as well as Urban Planning and related building technologies.

 Links:  KSU College of Architecture | KSU Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative

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What's New in the Architecture Library:

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Two new online green resources are available ~

Journal of Green Building is available on KentLINK electronically from 2006 to the present.
 
Building Green Suite   Building Green Suite   is available as a new resource. It integrates listings from the GreenSpec products directory, project case studies from the High-Performance Buildings Database and Environmental Building News.

 Campus sculpture map ~ find information on sculptures via this interactive map  Kent State University Campus Sculptures

 Architectural Drawing Collections ~ The library has cataloged sets of drawings for the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, the Museum for Kimbell Art Foundation and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA). 

Original Drawings and Blueprints ~   Carr and Cunningham, a Cleveland firm responsible for the design of numerous buildings and churches in Northeast Ohio, has been organized and a finding aid created to provide accessibility to these drawings.   

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