Rakks Provides a Symphony of Support for The Kaufmann Center

by Rakks | September 22nd, 2011

Kauffman Center
Photo via Moshe Safdie

An architectural wonder, the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City opened this week with a public Open House Sunday, September 18th. The building design from architect Moshe Safdie located in Somerville, MA includes three performance spaces – a proscenium theater, a concert hall and a banquet hall as well as dressing rooms, lobbies and even a terraced garden.

Kauffman Center in Kansas City
Photo via Moshe Safdie

Kauffman Interior
Photo via Moshe Safdie

Kauffman Center from Architect Moshe Safdie
Photo via Moshe Safdie

Supplying custom bench supports for the dressing rooms, Rakks architectural specialty products play a “supporting role” in this fantastic facility. We provided both wall-mounted and custom free-standing bench brackets that allowed the architect to incorporate recycled plastic lumber into the design while still meeting strength and code requirements.

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