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Architecture May, 27 2010

Video | IMA TV: 100 Acres Visitors Pavilion

Great museum (the Indianapolis Museum of Art) with spectacular grounds.

Architect Marlon Backwell and Structural Engineer Guy Nordenson discuss the 100 Acres Visitors Pavilion. Designed by Marlon Blackwell Architects, the 100 Acres Visitors Pavilion will serve as the cornerstone of the park and promises to be one of the regions signature architectural landmarks. The form of the building takes inspiration from the structure and geometry of a fallen, folded leaf. The Visitors Pavilion will be a LEED certified structure, with careful attention paid to environmental sensitivity and energy efficiency throughout the design and construction process.

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