The home of the Weatherhead School of Management is the Frank Gehry-designed Peter B. Lewis Building. The Lewis Building reflects the spirit of Weatherhead’s innovative approach and clearly places Weatherhead in the vanguard of business education. It redefines the way a business school should look, just as Weatherhead redefines the way management education should be taught.
Photographs of the building’s exterior, correlated with the Lewis Campus site map, show views from around the periphery of the Peter B. Lewis Building. Click on the thumbnail images below to view larger pictures.
About Peter B. Lewis
In 1965, in one of the first leveraged buyouts in history, Peter B. Lewis took control of his family’s 100-employee Cleveland insurance company. His radical idea: insure drivers no other company would touch. Forty years later, he is Chairman of the Progressive Corporation, the nation’s third largest auto insurer with 27,000 employees and sales of $13.4 billion. In 1999, Mr. Lewis donated $36.9 million to the Weatherhead School for the building that bears his name - the most recent gift in a series of contributions to Case Western Reserve University honoring four generations of the Lewis family who have attended the University.