With a progressive eye to the future, the City of Hudson Oaks was looking for a unique performance venue to complement their festivals and celebrations. The 1,200-square-foot facility conceptually embraces the City’s oak tree namesake and provides the active and passive functions necessary for a performance or just appreciating the unique sculptural form. Meeting a tight schedule and tight budget were keys to the success of the pavilion. Over eight thousand people attended the grand opening Fourth of July celebration.
Location Hudson Oaks, Texas Year 2017 Client City of Hudson Oaks
Gene L. Voyles Pavilion: A symbol to honor a progressive man and his vision for the City of Hudson Oaks