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MoMA transforms its renovation plans which will make the building more transparent

United States Architecture News - Feb 1, 2016 - 21:15   2972 views

The former home of the American Folk Art Museum, left, which was demolished in 2014. Credit Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times.

Gone is the “Art Bay,” with a glass garage-like door that would have allowed visitors to enter galleries straight from the street. Gone, too, is the fourth-floor “Gray Box,” with acoustic absorption panels through which passers-by could have peered up at performance art in progress. And there will be no new public entrance to the sculpture garden on 54th Street.....Continue Reading

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