Hidden from busy Euclid Avenue and East Boulevard, and insulated within Case Western Reserve University's campus, this Frank Gehry–designed structure is as much an iconic work of art as it is a functional headquarters for the Weatherhead School of Management. A twisted and flowing stainless-steel roof caps the undulating brick and glass edifice, creating architectural movement and a centerpiece for Case Western's campus. The building is named for the chairman of the
insurance giant Progressive Corporation, Peter Lewis, a renowned philanthropist and supporter of arts and cultural institutions. There are no formal tours.