All renderings courtesy PGAV Destinations
PGAV Destinations designed the project.
All renderings courtesy Herzog & de Meuron
Herzog & de Meuron designed the project.
All renderings courtesy Weiss/Manfredi
The firm was selected by The Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County after an international...read more
Milwaukee Public Library Mitchell Street Branch, designed by HGA. The library was created from the former Hills Department Store originally built in 1919. Photo courtesy HGA
Whiting-Turner, Turner, PCL, Clark Group, and Gilbane top the rankings of the nation's largest cu...read more
The Sunset Park Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library, designed by Magnusson Architecture and Planning, comprises eight stories and 21,000 sf. The library encompasses the first two and a half floors of the building, while the remaining five and a half floors house 50 affordable residences for qualified low-income occupants. Rendering courtesy Magnusson Architecture and Planning
Jacobs, Arup, EXP, BRPH, and Thornton Tomasetti head the rankings of the nation's largest cultura...read more
The HGA-designed Mitchell Street Branch of the Milwaukee Public Library was created from the former Hills Department Store originally built in 1919. Photo: Courtesy HGA
Gensler, Populous, DLR Group, Stantec, and Perkins and Will top the rankings of the nation's larg...read more
Macalester College’s new Theater, Dance, and Classroom building in St. Paul, Minn., designed by HGA, includes a flexible performance space that allows for different seating and performance configurations. Photo: Courtesy HGA
The future of libraries is less about being quiet and more about hands-on learning and face-to-fa...read more
All images courtesy BIG
BIG designed the project.
All photos: Studio Thirteen
FRCH NELSON designed the project.
Courtesy UNStudio and Plompmozes
UNStudio is designing the project.
All renderings courtesy Foster + Partners
The design looks to reorient the museums towards the city.
What museum about the Empire State Building would be complete without a reference to King Kong? Visitors can walk into an office setting from the 1930s that’s pierced by the famous ape’s fingers. Kong himself is seen peering menacingly through the office’s windows. All images: Evan Joseph, Empire State Building Observatory
A $165 million, 10,000-sf museum opened on the second floor of the Empire State Building in New Y...read more
Image: Ute Zscharnt for David Chipperfield Architects
David Chipperfield Architects designed the building.
All renderings courtesy COBE
COBE designed the building.
The building is being designed by Office for Metropolitan Architecture/Shohei Shigematsu in colla...read more
All Images courtesy John Ronan Architects
Architect John Ronan will design the building.
The 26,000-sf Statue of Liberty Museum replaces a much smaller facility that could only accommodate about one-fifth of the island's daily visitors. Image: David Sundberg/Esto
This LEED-Gold building features three exhibit spaces that give visitors more access to and engag...read more
Renderings courtesy Lincoln Park Zoo
Construction will begin in fall 2019.
Rendering: Ediz Akyalçın
Robots will be in charge of jobs such as molding, welding, and polishing metal plates for the mus...read more
Courtesy Jean Nouvel
Jean Nouvel designed the museum.
Foster + Partners is designing the facility.
© Mika Huisman.
JKMM designed the space.
The Center is located at 111 E. Wacker Drive.
Courtesy Morphosis Architects
Morphosis designed the building.
Courtesy of The National WWII Museum
The piece will tie together the six-acre campus.
Rendering courtesy Cooper Robertson.
The goal of the project is to create closer and more robust connections between the Gateway Arch...read more
Rendering courtesy of Perkins+Will
The 600,000-sf museum will be about 62 miles northwest of Shanghai.
Photo courtesy of Signal Architecture & Research
The barnlike structure comprises 15,000 sf of space.
A red room in the LEGO House with a LEGO waterfall. Photo: Iwan Baan
The 12,000-sm building is part of Billund, Denmark’s goal to become the ‘Capital for Children.’...