The design of River’s Edge Pavilion sought to blur the edges between infrastructure, landscape and architecture through the sculpting of public space. Conceptualized as a ‘front porch’ for the revitalized riverfront development, the building acts as a continuation of the ribbon of the Bob Kerry pedestrian bridge that leads into the Tom Hanafan inter-state park trail system.
Location Council Bluffs, IA
Size 4,626 SF
Scope of Work
Date of Completion
Awards 2018 A|N Best of Design Awards, Honorable Mention in the Public Category
2018 AIA Nebraska Architectural Honor Award
“Our vision - a unique pavilion designed not only to respond to the view opportunities but also blend into the park’s world class landscape design and park features.”
Larry Foster Director, Department of Parks, Recreation and Public Property at City of Council Bluffs
The interior contains spaces dedicated to community events, a public-use meeting room, public restrooms and a catering kitchen along with generous outdoor spaces and patios for events and community activities.
Countryside Community Church has won the international Religious Architecture and Art Design Award. Co-sponsored by Faith & Form, the prestigious award recognizes the church in the Religious Architecture: New Facilities category.
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