Date of construction
The new residence of the University of Arkansas offers space for more than 700 students on nearly 200.000 m2 and demonstrates the University’s commitment to sustainable construction. At the time of construction, it was the largest CLT BBS building in the United States and was intended to become a pioneer in making timber construction more popular in the state of Arkansas, where the timber industry is a major economic factor. The name was also chosen to match the wooden construction. ‘Adohi’ goes back to the largest remaining indigenous people in North America, the Cherokees, and means ‘From the forests’.