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Introducing the Keller Gallery

A Vest Pocket Space for Special Exhibits
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As part of the continuing development of common spaces for the Department of Architecture, a new gallery opened this fall on the fourth floor of Building 7. A vest-pocket space at about 200 square feet, the Keller Gallery will show a steady stream of faculty, student and experimental work, including work from alumni and friends.

The redesign of the space — it had been a fabrication lab — was carried out with a generous donation of materials and labor in kind from Shawn Keller, principal with C.W. Keller & Associates.

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