Kotler-Coville Glass Pavilion
Currently under construction and planned as the next signature art gallery building on the campus of the Ringling Museum of Art, this 5,500 square foot addition to the Visitor’s Atrium is a sculptural pavilion to house the museum’s glass art collection. The Kotler-Coville Glass Art Pavilion incorporates a tall, two-story art gallery, an entry atrium, and historic Asolo theater support spaces, including a dance rehearsal hall and dressing rooms. The building’s form is largely dictated by the location of the existing Visitor’s Pavilion as well as an adjacent historic gatehouse entry structure.
Florida State University
Inspiration for the project was derived from the interplay of air, water and sand, principle ingredients in the glass-making process. This inspiration is portrayed on the prominent eastern wall, helping to control and filter daylight entering the art gallery. The building is expected to open to visitors near the end of the year.