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November 8, 2022Read More
Home to the world’s largest publicly held quilt collection, The International Quilt Study Center and Museum was designed for the display, preservation, restoration, and study of quilts and other textiles. With three exhibition galleries and state-of-the-art textiles storage, the building fills the need for a dedicated, climate-controlled facility where students, researchers, and visitors can learn about and interact with the collection. Careful coordination of the mechanical and electrical systems would ensure that the collection of more than 3,500 quilts and quilt-related objects were displayed and stored appropriately and safely.
Faced with limestone lined in a quilt-like pattern, the building features a bowed façade of glass panels “stitched together” to create a large scale pattern creating a memorable building that celebrates this unique art form from the outside in.
Within the galleries themselves, lighting levels were intentionally reduced to minimize potential damage to the quilts caused by higher levels of UV light waves.
1516 Cuming Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68102
302 East Coolbaugh Street
Red Oak, Iowa 51566
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We could not be more thrilled to be a part of this project with Omaha Public Schools. Here’s to making The Arts accessible to everyone!Read More
August 29, 2022
Progress continues in Millwork Commons, the coolest, newest old-neighborhood in Omaha.Read More
July 1, 2022
The century-old neighborhood landmark, Miller Park Pavilion is open once again for park-goers to enjoy. Read about the renovation and expansion at the link!Read More