Little Rock Visitors Center, Curran Hall

Little Rock, Arkansas

Built in 1843, Curran Hall is one of the half-dozen oldest buildings in Central Arkansas that has the most architecturally unchanged interior of all of Arkansas’ antebellum structures. WER Architects has participated in all phases of work involved in the restoration of the building and the design of the two story annex. The annex is a replication of the detached kitchen and guest quarters that was recreated from information acquired from oral interviews with descendants of the house. Curran Hall serves as the Little Rock Visitors Center, an informational guidepost to important sites throughout the city and state.