Calatrava's midwest masterpiece, the Milwaukee Arts Museum. This is the Quadracci Pavilion of the Milwaukee Arts Museum, a Santiago Calatrava-designed addition to existing museum buildings by Eero Saarinen and David Kahler. The first Calatrava designed building to be completed in the United States, the Quadracci Pavilion, incorporates both cutting-edge technology and old-world craftsmanship. Signature elements of the Calatrava design include the Reiman Bridge, a 250 foot long suspended pedestrian bridge that links downtown Milwaukee directly to the lakefront and the Museum. The bridge features a distinctive 200 foot angled mast with cables that reflects Calatrava's unique experience in bridge design throughout Europe.