Magnolia Mound Visitors Center, Baton Rouge
Trahan Architects 

Magnolia Mound Visitors Center, Baton Rouge

Trahan Architects 

The center, which aims to illustrate the French Creole lifestyle of Magnolia Mound – a plantation established in 1791 along the Mississippi River – is completed with translucent glass profiles that make the building blend with the landscape... [+]

Autor Author

Trahan Architects

Cliente Client


Equipo Team

Brad McWhirter, AIA; Mark Hash, Ben Rath, Michael McCune, Kim Nguyen, AIA; Sarah Cancienne

Colaboradores Collaborators

Reed Hilderbrand y Jon Emerson (arquitectura de paisaje landscape architecture); AST Engineers (instalaciones MEP engineering); ABMB Engineers (ingeniería civil civil engineering); McLaren Engineering Group (ingeniería estructural structural engineering); Lord Cultural Resources (planificador cultural cultural planner); Omega General Contractors (constructor general contractor)

Fabricación Manufactures

Gulf Coast Glass Products (glass storefront); Bendheim Wall Systems (channel glass); Dolese Bros. Co. (cast-in-place concrete); RMD Kwikform North America (concrete formwork); Soprema (vegetated roof); TriPyramid Structures (display case fabrication)

Fotos Photos

Timothy Hursley