Zaha Hadid lands new Michigan State University museum
Michigan State University has chosen Pritzker Architecture Prize winner Zaha Hadid to design its new 41,000-sf, $26 million Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum in East Lansing. Hadid's design calls for a sharply angular, low-slung, three-level horizontal building with a glass and aluminum skin and an outdoor sculpture garden.
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