By Katie MettlerAssociated PressArchitecture students and students at the University of Michigan were stunned last month when they discovered they had been assigned to work on a project designed to turn the university’s main building into a “living room” for the Met Arts Institute.
The design team wanted to turn two of the buildings main entrances into a single space where students could congregate, and a fourth entrance into a courtyard with seating.
The plan is a prototype that was meant to help students become more connected and engage with the building and its community, but the design was so poorly executed and the students had to be escorted out of the building.
They were forced to work in the dark, with no lights or ventilation.
The architects, who are now looking for a new office space, were forced out of their building in May.
They received an apology from the university, but have filed a lawsuit against the university in federal court.
“The university had no right to impose this condition on us, and I believe they are violating our First Amendment rights,” said Michael C. Schmitt, the plaintiffs attorney.
The students were not able to work at the building until they got a letter from the architects saying they were allowed to work under the conditions and that the building would be completely closed until they worked on the project.
They then received an email in June saying the building was now open to the public, but students could only use their dorm rooms.
The students say the university has not explained why the project was not open to students.
A University of Mich.
spokesperson said it is an open campus, and that “we cannot comment on pending litigation.”
A spokesperson for the Michigan Art Institute, which manages the Met, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
But there are a few reasons why the Met might not have been able to reopen as planned.
For one, the Met building has a lot of unused space on it.
There are a number of parking lots around the building, and the Met had to pay $1.5 million to turn off some of the light, so that students could use the lot.
And since the building has been closed, it is hard to imagine the building could be used for classes, unless the Met wants to give the building a new lease.
And a lot will have to be done to get students out of a dark, claustrophobic building.
The building has no heating, and it has no windows.
It has only two elevators, and students would have to go through metal detectors to get into the elevator.
A lot of space in the building will have been dedicated to classrooms, and classrooms would have been blocked off with barriers.
The building also has a fire code that prohibits “anything that may be a fire hazard or that may emit a chemical, toxic, hazardous, or dangerous substance.”
The Met is working with Michigan’s Department of Environmental Quality to enforce that code, but there is no timeline for when it might be implemented.
For the time being, the students say they’re still getting work done in the basement, but they are working on a petition to reopen the building to students that could potentially change the way the building looks and functions.
They also want the Met to put up a sign on the facade, with a message explaining why it closed, and ask the public to sign the petition.
“We have to find ways to make sure the Met is a place where we are free to be and that we are allowed to be where we want to be,” said the students.
“We want the building back to be a space where people feel safe.”