The Marilyn Horne Exhibit


Client: University of Pittsburgh, Bradford
Project duration: June 2013 – September 2013
Project type: Museum, Retail, and Higher Education (Renovation)

Tasks: Historic research; exhibit research; documenting existing conditions in Revit; space planning; material selection; furniture selection; rendering; presentation materials (power points and presentation boards)
Programs: Revit Architecture; Adobe Photoshop; Adobe InDesign; Microsoft Powerpoint

MCF Architects
307 Fourth Ave
200 The Bank Tower
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: 412-281-6568

The “Marilyn Horne Exhibit” is a proposal for a small rotating exhibit and the first floor renovation of the historic Seneca Building in Bradford PA. The exhibit would consist of articles and memorabilia from the opera singer Marilyn Horne.