As a student in the College of Architecture, Planning & Design, you will be attending classes in a beautiful, historic space with modern classrooms, design laboratories and educational resources. A renovation and new building project, completed in fall 2017, further combines history and modern space.
The new Seaton/Regnier Complex dates from the early 20th century. The history of these beautiful limestone buildings in the center of the Kansas State University Manhattan campus is a daily reminder of our land-grant heritage for our students and faculty.
The new Seaton/Regnier Complex is a teaching tool and home to our studios, labs and workshops.
Studios are the place where you will learn and perfect your skills like drawing and model-making. The studio culture also helps students understand the value and organization of space.