Designs Unveiled for SFSU's Mashouf Performing Arts Center by Michael Maltzan Architecture
By Bustler Editors|
Tuesday, Mar 1, 2011
San Francisco State University unveiled designs for the Mashouf Performing Arts Center, a 242,150 square foot state-of-the-art facility that will transform creative arts education and performing arts at SF State and throughout the region. The new performing arts center will house SF State's programs in theatre, music, dance and broadcast and electronic communication arts.
The Mashouf Performing Arts Center, designed by Los Angeles-based Michael Maltzan Architecture, aims to inspire continued artistic creativity and promote collaboration among the programs through expanded performance and education spaces for students as well as offering a venue for the region’s top performing arts organizations.
The building will anchor the southwestern edge of the SF State campus, establishing for the University an iconic presence within the city and larger cultural community.