Natural History Museum’s Expansion: Part Dr. Seuss, Part Jurassic Park – The New York Times

 Rendering of the proposed Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation at the American Museum of Natural History. Credit Studio Gang Architects

Rendering of the proposed Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation at the American Museum of Natural History. Credit Studio Gang Architects

The American Museum of Natural History recently came out with some good news — a museum expansion that for once seems as if it could work.A year ago, the museum announced plans for the $325 million, 218,000-square-foot Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation. Jeanne Gang, founder of Studio Gang, the high-profile Chicago-based firm, won a competition to design it. She teamed with Reed Hilderbrand, the landscape architects from Cambridge, Mass.

Source: Natural History Museum’s Expansion: Part Dr. Seuss, Part Jurassic Park – The New York Times

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