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MENOMONEE VALLEY PARK PAVILION
       
     
MENOMONEE VALLEY PARK PAVILION

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA: 2008

Conceived for the second bi-annual Marcus Prize, Berlin-based Barkow Liebinger Architects and Professor Kyle Talbott of the University of Wisconsin School of Architecture and Urban Planning have led a group of students to design a small scale shelter on a brown field site in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Menomonee Valley Park Pavilion puts focus on site-specific design, exploring the overlapping moment between the area’s industrial and natural elements. the ecological reclamation project is the first in a series of pavilions that will be built in the public parkway.

This project demonstrates a high-tech process with a low-tech delivery, a hallmark of The Exhibits Team design approach.

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