Located on a 20-acre tract of land in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the Harley Davidson Museum is a 130,000 sq. ft. museum development with retail spaces, restaurants, and special event and exhibition facilities. The Museum's Gala opening coincided with Harley's 105th Anniversary in 2008, and the Museum speaks volumes to its fans throughout the world. Memorabilia lovingly preserved now rests in permanent exhibit space and tells the tale of what has become a universal fascination with the "bike." With hundreds on display, including the Serial Number One from 1903; the "King Kong"; and Elvis' 1956 model, this creative space is more than beautiful buildings-it is a destination. Kirkegaard provided room acoustics and noise control consulting services for the Museum, Restaurant, and exhibition spaces.
Project Details
Mechanical Noise Control
Room Acoustics Design
HGA (Hammel, Green and Abrahamson), Architect, Milwaukee, WI
Pentagram, Design Architect, New York, NY
13,000 gsf