Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame

The hidden hand which holds the fluid surface of cast stone panels for the Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame is a marvel of iterative design and complex engineering. The collaboration of Method Design Architecture+ Urbanism working alongside David Kufferman, P.E. effectively developed a steel support system and series of connections to float the immense cast stone panels in a constantly evolving morphology that sinuously wraps throughout the museum. The team developed the main circulation surface based on the design of Trahan Architects, and managed the execution through construction and installation.

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The hidden hand which holds the fluid surface of cast stone panels for the Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame is a marvel of iterative design and complex engineering. The collaboration of Method Design Architecture+ Urbanism working alongside David Kufferman, P.E. effectively developed a steel support system and series of connections to flo at the immense cast stone panels in a constantly evolving morphology that sinuously wraps throughout the museum. The team developed the main circulation surface based on the design of Trahan Architects, and managed the execution through construction and installation.

Scope of work: Interior Construction

Architect of record/ design architects: Trahan Architects

Consultants: Method Design (Reese J. Campbell, Demetrios A. Comodromos, David Stasiuk), David Kufferman PE, CASE Inc

Builder: VCC

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