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Camdenton City Hall and Police Station

  • Masonry exterior with cast stone seal
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  • The facility houses City services, City Council chambers, court space and police
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  • Detail of Masonry around windows
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  • Atrium brings in light and joins the two floors
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  • Interior view into atrium space
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  • Sconce and interior stone
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  • City Council chambers also serve as court space
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LOCATION

Camdenton, Mo.

SIZE

15,122 square feet
WSKF Architects worked with an 11-member committee to determine space needs and requirements for the design of a new City Hall and Police Station. One of the main objectives of the City of Camdenton was to keep the structure "user friendly" and inviting to the public. WSKF incorporated these and other goals into the final design. The new facility spans more than 15,000 sq. ft. and houses all city offices, council chamber, court and police department. The police department is on the lower level and the administrative offices and council chamber are on the entry level. The two floors are vertically joined by a thirty-foot tall light-filled atrium that separates the office areas from the council chambers.