If an institution is looking to confer an aura of innovation on itself, there are few more effective ways to do so than to hire Frank O. Gehry as an architect. That's just what the Weatherhead School of Management at Cleveland's Case Western University did when planning a new $61.7 million facility, dubbed the Peter B. Lewis Building, after the Progressive Corporation chairman who is its chief donor. The structure, which opened in October 2002, has the cascading, gleaming, stainless steel ...
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