MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA | University of Minnesota
Michaud Cooley Erickson designed the mechanical, electrical and special systems engineering for the University of Minnesota’s new Regis Center for Art. This 155,000 square foot, high-tech, flexible facility consists of two buildings: the East Building holds spaces for ceramics, sculpture art, kilns, classrooms and the Nash Gallery. The West Building houses painting, drawing and photography labs as well as high-tech multi-use classrooms. The facility allows art students and faculty to study and work on projects in a state-of-the-art space which is flexible enough to accommodate a wide variety of activities.