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Category: Cultural

April 25, 2016 /

Met Breuer
Beyer Blinder Belle
New York, USA

Leaning out over Manhattan's Madison Avenue, just a block from Central Park, the brutalist icon now known as the Met Breuer has been given a new lease of life by New York practice, Beyer Blinder Belle.

April 04, 2016 /

Garage Gorky Park
OMA
Moscow, Russia

OMA’s Garage Museum of Contemporary Art offers the simultaneous reimagination and preservation of the 1968 Vremena Goda Pavilion, a Soviet canteen in Moscow’s Gorky Park. Translated as Seasons of the Year, architect Igor Vinogradsky’s Vremena Goda had been languishing in dereliction since the 1990’s, until it was recently designated as the new home for Garage, and the centre of Moscow’s latest cultural precinct.

March 21, 2016 /

Speed Art Museum
wHY Architecture
Louisville, Kentucky, USA

Located on historic Third Street, originally designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, as part of the University of Louisville’s Belknap campus, the Speed Art Museum is Kentucky’s oldest and largest art museum. The new addition by wHY Architecture includes a new North and South Building, a cinema, art park and a public piazza.

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