Ennead Architects

Rose Center for Earth and Space by Ennead Architects in New York, USA
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July 23, 2012 /

Rose Center for Earth and Space
Ennead Architects
New York, New York, USA

Within the existing footprint of the Museum of Natural History, the Hayden Planetarium was replaced with the Rose Center for Earth and Space, and facilities along the museum's north side were enhanced for additional exhibitions, educational programs, and visitor amenities.

Photo ©Jeff Goldberg/Esto for Ennead Architects
Ennead Architects - Museum of Utah - Exterior
February 06, 2012 /

Natural History Museum of Utah
Ennead Architects
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

The site, located in the foothills of the Wasatch Range, occupies a prominent place at the edge of the City and the University of Utah campus.

William J. Clinton Presidential Center by Ennead Architects in Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
Photo courtesy Polshek Partnership Architects
June 11, 2007 /

William J. Clinton Presidential Center
Ennead Architects
Little Rock, Arkansas, USA

The William J. Clinton Presidential Center is located within a new 28-acre public park along the south bank of the Arkansas River, directly east of downtown Little Rock.

Photo © Aislinn Weidele/Polshek Partnership
Corner Detail
March 26, 2007 /

Center for Feminist Art
Ennead Architects
Brooklyn, New York, USA

A vital new venue and focal point within the Brooklyn Museum.

Brooklyn Museum of Art by Ennead Architects in Brooklyn, New York, USA
Photo courtesy Brooklyn Museum
Original portico seen through the glass roof of the Rubin Pavilion.
April 12, 2005 /

Brooklyn Museum of Art
Ennead Architects
Brooklyn, New York, USA

The Museum opened its dramatically redesigned front entrance and new public plaza in 2004. The new entrance pavilion rectifies the architectural imbalance, as well as resolving the practical issues of access, that had remained since the original monumental staircase was removed in 1934.

Image courtesy Polshek Partnership Architects/Ralph Appelbaum Associates. Polshek Partnership, Newseum
November 25, 2002 /

Ennead Architects
Washington, DC, USA

The new interactive museum of news situated between the White House and the U.S. Capitol.

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