National Center for Civil and Human Rights In Progress Atlanta
- Center for Civil and Human Rights
- Area (sqm)
- Memory, History, Politics
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, founded in 2014, is being significantly expanded. It will provide 20,000 square metres of additional space for civic engagement, talks and lectures, exhibitions and educational opportunities. The centre aims to be an inclusive space that engages and brings together diverse people in an empathetic way. It is about strengthening and defending the civil and human rights of every individual.
The extension includes a new, multi-storey west wing. It will house a café and several gallery spaces (family gallery, gallery commemorating racist violence, gallery space for travelling and special exhibitions). The east wing will have an Innovation Lab with classrooms and training rooms. The existing building will also be expanded to include a newly designed gallery for Morehouse College's Martin Luther King Jr. Collection.
- Exhibition Design
- ATELIER BRÜCKNER
- Project Development Management
- DaVinci Development
- Exhibit Content and Narrative Design
- Lord Cultural Resources
- Building Construction
- Juneau Construction Company