Sam Fox Visual Arts and Design Center

St. Louis, MO | Art/Education

The Visual Arts and Design Center represents the collective educational vision of the University’s Art, Architecture and Art History Departments. The project encompasses the renovation of three existing buildings utilized by the School of Art and Architecture and provides a new 93,300-square-foot facility that houses a new library, faculty and administration offices, sculpture studios and a new art gallery for the University. Design is utilized to unite the various physical and programmatic components of the project into a unified interdisciplinary educational center.

Shah Kawasaki Architects was the Architect of Record in association with Maki & Associates.

Client: Washington University
Location: Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Project Completion: 2006

Sam Fox Visual Arts and Design Center

The Kranzberg Art and Architecture Library houses books, journals, and audio visual resources on art, architecture, art history design, and archaeology.

 
Sam Fox Visual Arts and Design Center

An entry courtyard unites the five buildings of the complex into a unified interdisciplinary educational center.

 
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