Client: Cleveland Museum of Art
Architect: Rafael Vinoly Architects
Phase I: $127 million
Phase II: $130 million
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
- Preconstruction and construction services provided for expansion and renovation.
- Complete restoration of 1916 building and 1971 Brever addition, as well as construction of 170,000-SF addition.
- A 34,000-SF Piazza becomes the central gathering place for museum visitors, as well as event space for large functions.
- External renovation of 1916 building used marble from the original quarry to match the color and grain of the existing stone.
- The atrium skylight, double-skin glass gallery enclosures and the glass corridors all incorporate advanced technologies and high-performance sustainable design features.
- Building program included:
- Art Galleries
- Educational Center
- Private Dining
- Administrative Offices
- Retail Staging
- Conservation Labs
- Collection Storage