THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
942 Olive Street / UO Innovation Hub
Location: 942 Olive Street, Eugene
Architect: Merryman Barnes Architects, Inc. / Fortis Construction, Inc.
Date: 1908. Renovation completed April 2016.
This University of Oregon property opened in May 2016 to house the Innovation Hub, a center with an emphasis on environmental sustainability. The 12,960 square-foot building is home to the Tyler Invention Greenhouse, RAIN Eugene, the Eugene branch of the Regional Accelerator and Innovation Network, and the Product Design Launch Lab. Previously owned by the city of Eugene, The original building was constructed in 1908 and served primarily as car dealerships until recent years with Bradford's Home Entertainment being its last use before renovation
RAIN Eugene, http://www.raineugene.org/accelerator/
Tyler Invention Greenhouse, https://942olive.uoregon.edu/tyler-invention-greenhouse/
UO's Product Design Program to join RAIN innovation hub opening May 10 in downtown Eugene. College of Design, School of Art and Design, https://artdesign.uoregon.edu/uos-product-design-program-join-rain-innov...
Page author: Edward H. Teague. Image: Edward H. Teague.