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    See the design proposals for the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library in North Dakota.

    Corinne Segal

    August 21, 2020, 11:57am

    Three competing design proposals are out for the forthcoming Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library in Medora, North Dakota, a city of 112 people that sits on the southern border of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

    The finalists—Snøhetta, Studio Gang, and Henning Larsen—all released designs that incorporate the area’s natural landscape. Snøhetta’s design, shown in the image above, would also rely on renewable materials, according to Dezeen:


    Studio Gang’s design:

    studio gang

    studio gang

    Henning Larsen:

    henning larsen

    [via Dezeen]

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