Marion Manley Buildings

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USoA facilities overlook Lake Osceola, at the heart of the beautiful Coral Gables campus.

Marion Manley, the first registered female architect in South Florida, designed the six original USoA buildings in 1947 as part of a compound built to house the returning veterans of World War II.

The buildings reflect an association with the work of the Bauhaus (advocated by Walter Gropius, in the U.S., during the same period).

Their history was a significant consideration when in 1983, the buildings were transformed into the offices, studios, and classrooms of today.