ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC,KATZIN CONCERT

NEW ADDITION | JOINT VENTURE: DWL ARCHITECTS AND PLANNERS (PHOENIX, ARIZONA)

PROJECT INFORMATION

COMPLETED: 1991

PROGRAM: 124,000 SF

BUDGET: $11.7 MILLION

CLIENT: ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

MBA TEAM: EDWARD C. MATHES, AIA, PETER PRIOLA, AIA, ANN SCHMUELLING, AIA   

The Arizona State University School of Music joins an ensemble of three monumental public buildings: the Gammage Center by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Fine Arts Center by Antoine Predock, and the Music Building by the Taliesin Fellowship. The Music Building Expansion incorporates a recital hall, a rehearsal hall, departments for jazz, percussion, electronic music, choral, organ, and music education, and a 30,000-SF music library. The project also includes faculty studios, graduate teaching assistant offices, and practice rooms, as well as auxiliary, technical, and administration spaces. Mathes Brierre Architects completed this project in partnership with DWL Architects and Planners in Phoenix.