Museums / Fine & Visual Arts 1 project
Cleveland Museum of Art, Gartner Auditorium Renovation
Westlake Reed Leskosky renovated the Gartner Auditorium in the Cleveland Museum of Art. The space, originally designed by Marcel Breuer in 1971, needed to be re-imaged, re-tuned, and technologically upgraded to accommodate the changing outreach and education needs of the Museum. The space now hosts films, lectures, dance and chamber music performances.
The project included the redesign of the walls, ceilings, and the stage for architectural and acoustic...
Performing Arts / Historic Theatre 1 project
Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center, Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center
The revitalization of the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center rejuvenates two landmark theatres: The magnificent 1,267-seat Strand Theatre, restored in its entirety with new 250-seat mezzanine balcony seating, and the 600-seat Capitol Theatre, enhanced with stage expansion and improvements. The $17.3 million project, encompassing restoration, adaptive reuse, and new construction, creates a unified performing arts block by integrating four varied landmark buildings and three complementary building additions was a model for...
Performing Arts / New Theatres 1 project
Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts
Through the collaboration of the local public School District, New Albany Village and Township, and the New Albany Company, the $15 million performing arts center is the cultural center for this fast-growing community just outside Columbus, Ohio. The Center includes a proscenium theatre, which is a venue for the Columbus Symphony, a small black box/rehearsal room, a dance studio, a range of stage and performer support spaces, classrooms, and an...