The 50,230 sq. ft. building for the Bayer Museum of Agriculture was completed in 2012. The museum houses multiple exhibition spaces capable of showcasing large farm equipment, office spaces for museum personnel, and a kitchen for large gatherings and presentations.
To reflect the style and history of the local agricultural industry, a majority of the design features metal panel construction. The informal composition of the plan also recalls the scattered accumulation of agricultural buildings from different time periods often seen in the region.