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Nouveau Industrial – Music Lane (Austin, TX)
The Music Lane project was recently featured by the Texas Society of Architects in Texas Architect magazine. WGI provided Civil Engineering services for this transformative project in Austin, Texas. Read about it in the January/February issue of Texas Architect by clicking here.
A collection of discrete buildings is organized around a continuous — and genuinely interesting — pedestrian circuit that pulls window shoppers into a series of well-proportioned, lush urban spaces set back from noisy street traffic. The walkable path is intuitive, aligned axially with two majestic heritage trees whose canopies lend a blanket of dappled light to a pocket courtyard that accommodates intimate outdoor dining.
- Architect: Lake|Flato Architects
- General Contractor: Austin Commercial
- Structural Engineer: Architectural Engineers Collaborative
- Landscape Architect: dwg.
- MEP Engineer: Integral Group
- Lighting Designer: Studio Lumina
- Civil Engineer: WGI
- Waterproofing and Envelope Consultant: Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates
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