Architectural Digest recently highlighted Cool is Everywhere, a new book from photographer Michel Arnaud which showcased incredible adaptive reuse projects across the country. Of the 10 “coolest adaptive reuse projects across America,” the Northland Workforce Training Center, a recent NTCIC investment, was featured for the project’s combination of preservation and community impact.
“Some adaptive reuse projects focus on social good,” Arnaud captioned in an image of the large wooden mural located in the center’s lobby. “In upstate New York, the former Niagara Machine & Tool Works factory complex was converted into the Northland Workforce Training Center to provide education and professional support for students with financial need. The wooden mural is by Dennis Maher and the SACRA program of Assembly House 150.”
Click below to read the full feature in Architectural Digest.