Article source: MS&R Architecture
The Mississippi River is an unbroken thread running through the history of the City of Minneapolisand the Northern Plains region. Saint Anthony Falls—the only waterfall on the Mississippi—has attracted people to the region for thousands of years. By 1880, the falls’ massive power was harnessed to drive the turbines in Minneapolis’ monster flour mills, grinding wheat from the vast western plains into flour.
- Architects: MS&R Architecture
- Project: Mill City Museum
- Location: Minneapolis, MN
- Software used: AutoCAD