Creating a Place in Louisville’s Architectural Character
Museum Plaza isn’t a building—it’s a riverfront city center created from the vision of architect Joshua Prince-Ramus and his team at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture. Driven by a sense of urban and public responsibility, the concept was conceived with the idea that profit is measured in both financial and civic terms. Taking idealism a step further, it will place art and culture in the forefront while enhancing the quality of life in Louisville. Home to a non-profit contemporary multi-media art museum, residential condominium tower, office condominium towers, a hotel, a broad array of retail and entertainment outlets, and the University of Louisville’s Master of Fine Arts Program and Museum, this unique environment will have more than a visual impact on Louisville.