Marion County New Judicial Center

Lebanon, Kentucky

The design is classical in style. The use of brick and stone with classical stone columns at the courtrooms and the entry provide a strong architectural connection complementing the Georgian style of the Hourigan County Office Building.

The design is classical in style. The use of brick and stone with classical stone columns at the courtrooms and the entry provide a strong architectural connection complementing the Georgian style of the Hourigan County Office Building.



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The Marion County Judicial Center is located on 2 acres, adjacent to the Hourigan County Office Building in Lebanon.

The design is classical in style. The use of brick and stone with classical stone columns at the courtrooms and the entry provide a strong architectural connection complementing the Georgian style of the Hourigan County Office Building. Natural walnut millwork occurs throughout the judicial center.

The placement of the building on the site allowed the development of a corner entry to the building while providing a formal termination to the dramatic public open space fronting the four public buildings on Spaulding Avenue.

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Sherman Carter Barnhart recognizes the importance of the arts in education and the community. We make functionality and accessibility our top priorities.

Our comprehensive understanding of theater and performing arts centers comes from years of experience designing state-of-the-art facilities in Kentucky.

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Sherman Carter Barnhart recognizes the importance of the arts in  education and the community. We make functionality and accessibility our top priorities.  Our comprehensive understanding of theater and performing arts centers comes from years of experience designing state-of-the-art facilities in Kentucky.  These facilities are designed to maximize flexibility and can host a variety of events for the school, the community and the state.

 

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