Opened in December 2012, this $185 million dollar, 180,000 square foot museum stands 170 feet high in Dallas, Texas. The museum is located on a 4.7 acre former brownfield site, north of downtown Dallas, and houses five floors devoted to the public, 11 permanent exhibit halls, a 298 seat multimedia cinema with state of the art 4K digital projection and a public café and event catering group managed by Wolfgang Puck. The building incorporates sustainable design including low emission materials, LED lighting and day lighting. A rainwater collection system that captures run off into two 25,000 gallon cisterns satisfies three quarters of the Museum’s non potable water needs and all of its irrigation needs.
Perot Museum of Nature & Science
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