Web Case Study: Radiant Heat for Radiant Art at the Milwaukee Art Museum
Have you ever been to a museum whose architectural structures and materials impressed you just as much as its paintings and sculptures? The Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM), located in downtown Milwaukee on the Lake Michigan shore, is transforming into such a place. Milwaukee's "masterpiece on the lakefront"
"Calatrava knew that forced air would be a problem, so he recommended radiant heating,"
Outside the museum, visitors will be able to enjoy views of the city and lake from the Cudahy Gardens, designed by renowned landscape architect Dan Kiley, and use the new suspended pedestrian bridge, which features a 200-foot-long angled mast and cables, and links downtown to the lakefront and museum.
"Because of the size of the job, and the exposure of serving such a fine museum, it was an honor to be a part of a project with such worldwide recognition,"