Tuck-Hinton Architecture & Design
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Tuck-Hinton Architecture & Design, Music City Center

The Music City Center is organized to maximize views to the city skyline from the concourse; therefore immediately orienting the visitor to the city. Located adjacent to the Bridgestone Arena and the Country Music Hall of Fame, the center more than triples Nashville’s meeting and exhibit space from what was available in the former convention center. The facility contains over 2-million square feet and features a 350,000 square foot exhibit hall, a portion of which is acoustically designed to double as a concert hall, more than 60 meeting rooms, two ballrooms, 1800 parking spaces, and 32 loading docks for flexibility and ease of use. The Music City Center, which received LEED Gold designation, boasts a green roof, large solar array, recycled gray water, and LED lighting throughout. In addition, the building has been designed to capture Nashville’s best attributes with a roof that echoes the area’s landscape forms and undulating facades which reference musical instruments. The building immerses visitors in the unique character of Music City.



Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Client: Convention Center Authority
Size: 2,000,000 S.F.
Project Team: tvsdesign, Moody Nolan Inc.

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