Students and faculty collaborate on architecture research in the 19,000 square foot Liberty Research Annex. Located in the heart of downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan, this open plan facility provides space for students and faculty to collaboratively take on full scale material assemblies, installations, and group projects. Students and faculty engage in architectural research through the process of researching and making. Faculty offices are located in the space to foster interaction between research and making. Additionally, the facility contains a 3000 square foot exhibition gallery, which is open to the public and contributes to the vibrant downtown Ann Arbor arts scene. Public visitors are encouraged to interact with exhibits and learn about the latest in architectural research at Taubman College.
U-M's Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning Liberty Research Annex and Gallery: 305 W Liberty, Ann Arbor, MI
View our exhibitions page to find out which will be on display at the Liberty Research Gallery