University of Michigan

University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI
Project Description

Diamond Schmitt Architects


Originally built in 1963, Weiser Hall is located in the heart of University of Michigan’s central campus. The 106,000 square foot renovation of the 10-story building includes four two-story Nedlaw Living Wall Biofilters.

According to the university, the original ‘gloomy’ building was once the least favourite building on campus. Today, the vibrant, renovated building features flexible, open spaces designed for optimum collaboration and interaction.

Interior Green Wall Award of Excellence

2018 CitiesAlive Conference


Rendering Credit: Diamond Schmitt Architects

Project Details
ClientUniversity of Michigan