Flansburgh developed a campus master plan for the expansion of Cotuit Center for the Arts (CCftA). Founded in 1993 and incorporated as a non-profit charitable organization in 1995, CCftA has grown into an award-winning and dynamic arts and cultural hub serving Cape Cod, Southeastern Massachusetts, and beyond. Flansburgh’s master plan for CCftA’s 7.5-acre campus on the Upper Cape Cod evaluates the Center’s urgent space needs and proposes the design and construction of a new educational wing and a new 400-seat theatre, which will be connected by a new lobby to the existing 200-seat theatre.
|Master Plan for Non-Profit Campus
|Cotuit Center for the Arts
|David Croteau, Principal-in-Charge; Betsy Garcia, Project Manager