Snøhetta, a global integrated design firm, has been selected as the design architect for the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library, which will be set in the Badlands near Medora, North Dakota. Despite its name, the area is picturesque, with a dry terrain shaped by erosion.
Roosevelt was the 26th president of the United States and a renowned conservationist and naturalist. During his presidency, he helped establish 230 million acres of public lands, 150 million of which were set aside as national forests, according to the National Park Service. Theodore Roosevelt National Park is in western North Dakota, encompassing three geographic
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