Kiehle Hall at the University of Minnesota, Crookston, is proposed to
be on the National Registry of Historic Places. It functions as
a community and campus venue for theater, music, film, lectures and art
exhibitions; and provides a central location for campus technology
systems and library expansion.
The project is a gateway for visitors, alumni and students to the
campus and consists of 22,670 square feet of remodeling and 17,725
square feet of additions for the auditorium entrance, technology center
and library. A new three-story rotunda on the south side
a gathering place and access to the auditorium on the second floor.
Thorbeck Architects was the design architect working with Widseth Smith
Nolting as managing architect.