WD&D Architects led a team of four architecture firms to fashion a design that complemented Hot Springs National Park’s unique setting and made the convention center’s scale fit the city and its famous “Bath House Row.” The project involved 228,000 square feet of renovations and additions, including high windows in the concourse and lobby to create bright public spaces with an expansive art collection. Large arrival spaces tie both new and renovated areas together. Wood roof framing acknowledges the center’s National Park location and yellow brick and limestone echo materials found along Bath House Row.

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