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Addison Pavilion project client

Addison Arts and Events District Pavilion, Addison

Town of Addison

architect

Cunningham Architects

design team

Gary Cunningham, FAIA; Tom Dohearty, AIA; Matt

Ferguson; Natacha Vacroux contractor

Big Sky Construction

consultants

Thornton-Tomasetti Engineers (structural); MEP

Systems (MEP); Pamela Hull Wilson (lighting); Worrell Design Group (kitchen equipment); Nottestad Design (graphic design) James F. Wilson; Craig Kuhner

photographers

resources

THE Pavilion defines the entry point of the Addison Arts and Events District. The Pavilion’s steel frame supports a flat roof deck of natural pine. Its east half contains a large covered porch with steel columns thrusting through circular ventilation holes in the roof. Atop the columns are large steel discs that shade the openings. A small catering kitchen with service windows faces the porch. The Pavilion’s west half houses restrooms wrapped in glazed concrete masonry and laminated glass. The milky-white glass walls maintain privacy while allowing ample natural light. These crisp materials provide for the essential component of easy cleaning and maintenance.

glazed masonry units : Trenwyth Industries; structural

steel : Ironhorse Ironworks; membrane roofing : U.S. Intec; hollow metal doors and frames : glass :

Viracon;

Piper-Weatherford;

tile :

Daltile;

thermawall system :

acoustical ceilings :

Vistawall;

Armstrong;

paint :

Pittsburgh Paints

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Texas Architect Sept/Oct 2006: Design Awards