Degenkolb peer reviewed a one-story 32,000 square foot art museum building with an extremely complex curving geometry. The building features a roof canopy with 952 perforated aluminum beams. The canopy’s crosshatched design filters and softens the site’s harsh sunlight. The design incorporates outside spaces, interior courtyards, and interior spaces into one work of art itself. The building included sustainable design with recycled materials, water-saving features, and advanced lighting controls. The museum offers multiple gallery spaces, classrooms, art studios, and public spaces.