Parker Town Hall
Architectural design blends Victorian charm with progressive vision
The primary challenge for Davis Partnership’s designers and planners was to create a new municipal building that responded to the context of Victorian era facades along Parker’s original Main Street while reflecting the town’s dynamic growth as well as the forward-looking vision of its town council. These divergent objectives were met by working collaboratively with the building committee to develop a traditional two-story brick and stone-clad structure with contemporary barrel-vaulted elements. This allowed for abundant daylight within the building and created a sense of greater volume within the central lobby and council chambers. These two distinct architectural components visually identify open and airy public spaces while building elements of a more traditional style accommodate the non-public administrative functions.
- Landscape Architecture
- Interior Design