Adohi Hall
by modus studio

Timothy Hursley

Adohi Hall, the nation's first large-scale mass timber project of its kind, is a sustainable residence hall and living-learning community at the University of Arkansas.

At more than 202,000 square feet and housing nearly 700 students, the facilities are a bold demonstration of sustainability with clear ties to the importance of forestry to the region. Equally important for its use of cross-laminated timber and its approach to live-learn spaces, Adohi Hall is a pioneering venture for both the university and the state of Arkansas.

This project has been longlisted in the housing project category of Dezeen Awards 2021.

Architect: Modus studio
Project: Adohi Hall


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