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Wednesday, January 09, 2008
Project photos: MacPhail Center for Music
If you missed the hoopla of the grand opening of the MacPhail Center for Music in Minneapolis, don't worry. James Dayton Design just e-mailed us a batch of digital images and we've uploaded several photos to the site. To listen to an interview with architect Jim Dayton or see a slideshow I produced while the project was under construction, go to iTunes and click "subscribe." It's free. If you attended the opening and have actually been inside of the new MacPhail, tell us what you think by clicking on "comments" at the end of this post.
MacPhail Center for Music performance space (above).
MacPhail Center for Music, interior (above).
MacPhail Center for Music, north elevation (above). That room at the top of the sixth floor tower, the one with the glass, that's for drummers. Rock out, man!
MacPhail Center for Music, west elevation (above).
MacPhail Center for Music (above). I like this photo because you can see the mix of materials used on the building: Cor-Ten steel, brick and zinc.