Schulz Museum

The museum and research center built in honor of the cartoonist of the comic strip “Peanuts”, Charles M. Schulz, is set into a restored landscape of meadows and native oak woodlands. The museum anchors the western end of the campus allée connecting it with the Snoopy Gallery and the Redwood Empire Skating Rink.  The museum buildings, gardens, and courtyards contain permanent and temporary exhibits by local artists as well as the cartoon art of Charles M. Schulz. A labyrinth in the shape of the head of beloved character, Snoopy, by artist Lea Goode-Harris with stone seatwalls by sculptor Edwin Hamilton is set at the edge of the meadow near the main entry.

Location

Santa Rosa, CA

Size

±1.6 acre

Client

Charles M. Schulz Museum

Team

C. David Robinson Architects (Architect), Edwin Hamilton (stone sculpture) & Lea Goode Harris (labyrinth)

Scope

Concept design through Construction Documents & Administration

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