The University of Wisconsin Music Performance Center is a 75,000 GSF building designed to be a marquee musical performance center for the University of Wisconsin – Madison students, faculty, and special guests. The building will host a 650 seat main concert hall, a 320 seat recital hall, a rehearsal room for the full orchestra, and assorted spaces for public and private administrative use. Project highlights include variable acoustics, integrated recording, high-end finishes, unique architectural precast. This project will serve as a “gateway” to the UW Madison campus, as it is the first official campus building along University Ave, a main arterial road throughout downtown Madison. Click the following link to vote for this project: https://www.tekla.com/us/bim-awards/university-wisconsin-music-performance-building.
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