Songwriters' Hall of Fame Museum

Songwriters' Hall of Fame Museum

Situated in Union Square, the Songwriters’ Hall of Fame is a museum and educational facility ardently devoted to the composers, lyricists, and publishers of American popular music. This institution honors the creators of most beloved songs that have been enshrined in world’s popular music songbook. The Hall of Fame facility in New York City serves as both presentation and preservation of the work of titanic musical figures such as Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Eubie Blake, Richard Rodgers, Duke Ellingtion, Lorenz Hart, Oscar Hammerstein and Dorothy Fields.

The project consists of a 7,000 sq ft space, including a showcase performance and education space, gift shop, and exhibition galleries. Our firm was responsible for the architectural design, engineering design coordination, and virtual model studies. It was completed in 2001 for the National Academy of Popular Music.