This 11,500-acre working ranch in the shadow of the Beartooth mountains, will connect music, art, and nature in a way never seen before. Tippet Rise will feature several intimate musical performance venues with varying shapes, sizes and acoustics. Additionally, the Center’s facilities include housing for artists-in-residents and spaces for teaching, practicing, rehearsing and recordings.
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The Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art is undergoing a relocation to 12th and Bannock Street in the heart of Denver’s “Golden Triangle”. The new location not only provides a more convenient location due to its location, but a heightened experience for its patrons with the ability to view twice the exhibit space than … Continued
The Denver Art Museum Administration Building was designed to be an open and transparent contrast to the Denver Art Museum’s existing structures. This two-story, 50,000 SF building creates a connection between the museum’s staff and the museum visitors. Through unique lighting design and exposed HVAC, MKK designed a stunning working environment that was also a … Continued
The Breckenridge Riverwalk Center is a 770-seat seasonal concert hall, serving the local community. The concert hall hosts the National Repertory Orchestra annually, as well as a variety of other entertainment. Originally built in 1993, the facility is located on the river in central Breckenridge. The original structure was a tent with a permanent stage … Continued
MKK provided the mechanical and electrical engineering for this 10,500 SF single-story visitor’s center and museum including a gift shop and ticket office. Located in Belmar Park, the Lakewood Heritage Museum has over 10 historic structures, 30,000 artifacts, a festival area and an outdoor amphitheater.
Visitors to the Yellowstone Art Museum can get an inside glimpse into its 7,400-object permanent collection through the Visible Vault. MKK provided electrical design and construction services for this 12,700 square foot storage facility for the museum. The collections are secured behind “transparent walls” in order to allow the public to view the objects in … Continued
The National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) WYSS Wilderness Medicine Campus is a world-class educational facility located outside Lander, Wyoming. The school’s philosophy of “Leave No Trace,” left much imagination for the engineers to design a high performance campus that represented their vision. Rainwater harvesting, daylighting, and renewable energy collection were all key in reducing the … Continued
The History Colorado Center is a 187,900 SF museum designed to engage and inspire visitors to reflect on Colorado’s rich history. The new facility features an expansive atrium, surrounded by exhibit spaces, educational areas and an auditorium. Ancillary spaces include administration offices, collections and storage, which use many energy efficient systems, including lighting and daylighting … Continued
The Frederic C. Hamilton Building is the first Daniel Libeskind project in the United States. The striking design is anchored by seamless mechanical systems and dramatic lighting design. The project also features residential, retail and office space and is grounded by a 1,000-space parking garage for museum visitors to use. The four-story, 146,000 SF expansion … Continued