The Mulva Cultural Center, a three-story, 5,600-square-meter (60,000 sq ft) cultural destination, reflects its surrounding community in De Pere, Wisconsin. It is a place where all guests are invited to experience a culturally creative and diverse environment for education, enlightenment, contemplation, and enjoyment.
The Mulva Cultural Center includes unique spaces like core exhibit space, flexible contemporary gallery space, special performance spaces, areas for reflection and contemplation, Café and public plaza honoring veterans.
Part of the guest experience includes a viewing deck offering expansive views of the Fox River. The river view also allows the public to learn more about how the Fox River played a crucial role in the founding and development of De Pere through an aerial view of the local lock system.
Design & engineering, manufacture and installation of external façade as steel stick system façade of steel-T-profiles, horizontal glass glazing joint, inner skin for board room and gift shop as steel glass façades.
ARCHITECT: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM)
CLIENT: De Pere Cultural Foundation
CONTRACTOR: Mortenson Construction Holdings Inc.
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