Designers from SFS Architecture unveiled their initial renderings Thursday for the transformation of the vacant former bowling alley and ice rink into the Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center. Architects suggested large glass windows interspersed with the stone work on two sides to allow visitors to see up and into the building at night. More windows on the east side would give the building an inviting, “jewel box” effect, said designer Derek McMurray, who presented the plan.
Designers from SFS Architecture unveiled their initial renderings Thursday for the transformation of the vacant former bowling alley and ice rink into the Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center. Architects suggested large glass windows interspersed with the stone work on two sides to allow visitors to see up and into the building at night. More windows on the east side would give the building an inviting, “jewel box” effect, said designer Derek McMurray, who presented the plan.
Designers from SFS Architecture unveiled their initial renderings Thursday for the transformation of the vacant former bowling alley and ice rink into the Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center. Architects suggested large glass windows interspersed with the stone work on two sides to allow visitors to see up and into the building at night. More windows on the east side would give the building an inviting, “jewel box” effect, said designer Derek McMurray, who presented the plan.

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