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Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art

"The new Gerard L. Cafesjian Pavilion of the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art is a complement to the existing Scottsdale Center for the Arts (Benny Gonzales, architect, 1975), achieved through the opportunistic adaptation of the adjacent cineplex, whose five theaters proved to be a logical organization of perfect scale for 18500 square feet of versatile temporary exhibition galleries." says Will Bruder + Partners Ltd. on Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.

By: Will Bruder + Partners Ltd.

Architecture-Page | Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art by Will Bruder + Partners Ltd.
Scrim wall by James Carpenter.

Project details

  • Project Name: Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Client: Scottsdale Cultural Council: Frank Jacobsen, president; Robert Knight, director; Ric Alling, project manager
  • Project Type: Museum
  • Principal Designer/s: Will Bruder
  • Design Team: Will Bruder, Rob Gaspard, Tim Christ, Ben Nesbeitt, Saskia Harth
  • Contractor/s: Rudow & Berry, Inc-Mark Rudow, structural; Baltes/Valentino Associates, mechanical/electrical; Lighting Dynamics, lighting design; Wardin-Cockriel & Associates, acoustical; Construction Consultants, cost consultant; Howard S. Wright Construction Co., general contractor Steve Martino & Associates Design, landscape architect; Todd & Associates, Inc., landscape architect; Bill Peifer, landscape architect
  • Date of completion of project: 1999
  • Location of site: Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
  • Built-up Area: 18826 s.f

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