Dallas Center for Contemporary Art

Developed in partnership with Edward M. Baum, Architect (emb-arc.com), the Dallas Contemporary is an adaptive reuse project of an existing 38,000 sf industrial metal fabrication shop into the new home for the Dallas Center for Contemporary Art (dallascontemporary.org). The DCCA contains 12,000 sf of gallery space with administration offices, classrooms, and support services.

The building contains additional lease space to allow the DCCA to take on lease tenants to offset their carrying costs. The gallery is designed to reveal much of the existing industrial architecture with minimal intervention, and offer artists & exhibitors a space consistent with the Dallas Contemporary's history and mission moving forward.
Dallas, Texas
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