The Trammell Crow Visitor Education Pavilion is the product of a very successful collaboration between Oglesby Greene and Lake Flato Architects of San Antonio.   The Arboretum’s desire for this project was to construct a building that blends in with its surroundings, joins the environment of the Arboretum and allows patrons to filter in and around the facilities provided for the public. It was also their expectation to create an architecturally significant building as an attraction to the greater community.  The enclosed portions of the project total approximately 40,000 sf and include an exhibit hall, gift shop, orientation theater classrooms and administrative spaces. On the grounds, there are spaces and accoutrements for entertainment, public gatherings, education and plenty of room for diverse displays of vegetation.   Materials were chosen to provide a natural, comfortable environment in harmony with the mission of the arboretum. A palette of native Texas stone and woods join with soft fabrics and paint colors. Courtyard and walkway materials were chosen to blend with long established features and to highlight new resources provided by this project.

The Trammell Crow Visitor Education Pavilion is the product of a very successful collaboration between Oglesby Greene and Lake Flato Architects of San Antonio.  
The Arboretum’s desire for this project was to construct a building that blends in with its surroundings, joins the environment of the Arboretum and allows patrons to filter in and around the facilities provided for the public. It was also their expectation to create an architecturally significant building as an attraction to the greater community. 
The enclosed portions of the project total approximately 40,000 sf and include an exhibit hall, gift shop, orientation theater classrooms and administrative spaces. On the grounds, there are spaces and accoutrements for entertainment, public gatherings, education and plenty of room for diverse displays of vegetation.  
Materials were chosen to provide a natural, comfortable environment in harmony with the mission of the arboretum. A palette of native Texas stone and woods join with soft fabrics and paint colors. Courtyard and walkway materials were chosen to blend with long established features and to highlight new resources provided by this project.

 The Trammell Crow Visitor Education Pavilion is the product of a very successful collaboration between Oglesby Greene and Lake Flato Architects of San Antonio.   The Arboretum’s desire for this project was to construct a building that blends in with its surroundings, joins the environment of the Arboretum and allows patrons to filter in and around the facilities provided for the public. It was also their expectation to create an architecturally significant building as an attraction to the greater community.  The enclosed portions of the project total approximately 40,000 sf and include an exhibit hall, gift shop, orientation theater classrooms and administrative spaces. On the grounds, there are spaces and accoutrements for entertainment, public gatherings, education and plenty of room for diverse displays of vegetation.   Materials were chosen to provide a natural, comfortable environment in harmony with the mission of the arboretum. A palette of native Texas stone and woods join with soft fabrics and paint colors. Courtyard and walkway materials were chosen to blend with long established features and to highlight new resources provided by this project.

The Trammell Crow Visitor Education Pavilion is the product of a very successful collaboration between Oglesby Greene and Lake Flato Architects of San Antonio.  
The Arboretum’s desire for this project was to construct a building that blends in with its surroundings, joins the environment of the Arboretum and allows patrons to filter in and around the facilities provided for the public. It was also their expectation to create an architecturally significant building as an attraction to the greater community. 
The enclosed portions of the project total approximately 40,000 sf and include an exhibit hall, gift shop, orientation theater classrooms and administrative spaces. On the grounds, there are spaces and accoutrements for entertainment, public gatherings, education and plenty of room for diverse displays of vegetation.  
Materials were chosen to provide a natural, comfortable environment in harmony with the mission of the arboretum. A palette of native Texas stone and woods join with soft fabrics and paint colors. Courtyard and walkway materials were chosen to blend with long established features and to highlight new resources provided by this project.

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