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Parrish Art Museum, New York, United States

Monday 18 Jun 2007

New museum for Long Island’s East End

Parrish Art Museum by WAN Editorial in New York, United States
Parrish Art Museum by WAN Editorial in New York, United States
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Herzog and de Meuron’s plans revealed 

Herzog and de Meuron is designing a new 64,000 square foot facility for the Parish Art Museum on the east End of Long Island. The design features a series of separate yet interconnected studios, inspired by the studios of the prominent artists who live there, sited in a 14 acre landscape of sea grasses and coastal planting. The new museum will include ample space for permanent and temporary exhibitions, site-specific installations, artist’s commissions, and time-based media and will contain dedicated education facilities and public spaces as a central lobby, café, auditorium, shop and garden. Completion is expected in 2009.

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