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Antelope Valley Reflecting Wall / Min | Day

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  The Antelope Valley Reflecting Wall is a proposal by architecture office Min | Day to alter the face of an existing retaining wall in Lincoln, Nebraska and enliven the adjoining land. Min | Day describes the Antelope Valley Reflecting Wall as a new horizon in Lincoln, Nebraska. Although an 18 foot by 1000 foot retaining wall, the structural base of the project, already exists, the area is unimpressive and underused. Min | Day’s additions to the structure and to the space would transform the floodwall and its surroundings into a fresh new urban space for the city and the neighborhood.

Page Road House / Andrew Cohen Architects

  • Architects: Andrew Cohen Architects
  • Location: Lincoln, MA, USA
  • Architects: Andrew Cohen Architects
  • Landscape Architect: Scott Carman
  • Structural Engineer: Richmond So Engineers, Inc.
  • Civil Engineer: Dave Crispin
  • General Contractor: Jonathan Merz
  • Photographs: Greg Premru Photography

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