Date of Completion: 2020 | Area: 28,545 s.f. (renovation) 17,322 s.f. (addition)
Collaboration: Schwartz Silver (Boston)
Koch Hazard Architects and Schwartz/Silver Architects (Boston, MA) undertook planning and preliminary design for a renovation and expansion of the National Music Museum on the University of South Dakota’s campus in 2010. After nearly a decade of fundraising, the completed project includes new and upgraded galleries and 118-seat Recital Hall supported by a conservation lab, classroom, working library and support spaces designed for growth considerations to the year 2035. The National Music Museum Addition and Renovation project was a 2022 AIA South Dakota Design Merit award Winner.