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Art Place at Market Square Houston
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HISTORY OF MARKET SQUARE
In 150 years, the Market Square has been repurposed for 5 times. It was supposed to be the capital of the Republic, but was never built. It turned into a 'market place' and also, combined with the city hall. The city hall and the marktet were then relocated as there were less population in downtown. It then turned into a bus stop, which was burned down in 1960. It remained as a parking lot until 1976 and became the park we seen now in downtown Houston with Niko Niko's, dog run and shaded seatings being developed.
GALLERY OF VISUAL ARTS
Gallery of film artifacts and memorabilia
Multi puerpose gallery
Outdoor gallery (secure)
ART HOUSE CINEMA
Mid capacity theater (seating for 200)
Small capacity theater (seating for 100)
800 sq.ft. ea.
Projection booths (per theater, can be joined)
Theater Lobby, tickets, concessions (concession storage)
RESTAURANT (second floor)
Bar (seating, bar, back bar, storage, access to exterior)
Exterior stair to entry patio required, must join with elevator
RETAIL / GROUND LEVEL
Stairs to second (or uppper) floors
Mechanical / electrical (air handlers on each floor)
Loading area / service elevator to restaurant
Public area (or area) of around 5,000 square feet on the ground
floor and continuing to the upper floor(s) as an interior or exterior
atrium creating spatial definition(s) between the restaurant,
galleries and theaters.
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