Mueller Central was one of the first buildings constructed in the redevelopment of the Robert Mueller Municipal Airport and signified the fruition of this long awaited mixed use development Mueller Austin. The 7,620 s.f. building is a renovation of an existing private air terminal and represents a new model for urban living for the Mueller Community.
Its seamless design combines modern sustainable elements with original building features that reflect the structure’s historical significance. Much of the existing steel frame and brick facade has been maintained in the design. Large expanses of glass were retrofitted to incorporate new and more efficient glazing. This project has become the archetype for future Mueller projects, receiving LEED Gold Certification and exemplifying the heart, spirit and character of the community it represents.
Location, Austin, Texas, 2007
Scope, Adaptive Reuse of a 2-Story Private Air Terminal into a Office & Visitor Center, 7,620 s.f.
Program, Exhibit Space, Offices, Meeting Rooms
Services, Architecture, Interior Design, Programming, Furniture, LEED Administration
Certifications, LEED Gold, AEGB 4-Star
Client, Catellus Development Group
Team, Milton Hime, Paul Detke, Lisa Cuddy, Lee Ann McClanahan
News, Texas Architect 2008 Portfolio: Adaptive Reuse