05 Jun Art Museum in Los Angeles
The famous Walt Disney Los Angeles concert hall will soon have a neighbor whose architecture hopes to confront the bold design of the concert hall of the Frank Geek Geek “Shirokoye, the New Museum of the Wide Art Fund, will be located on the Los Angeles Grand Street opposite the concert hall and the Museum of Modern Museum art. Design, the New York company Diller Scofidio + Renfro, is a white, modern cellular facade, which is lit from the top with the gallery of the upper floor having a glass roof. Almost 2,000 parts will be placed in a three -story building, a building of 120,000 square feet. One third of that place, almost acre, will be allotted for the gallery without columns. Another public place will include a store, a bookstore, a cafe of espresso and a lobby on the ground floor, as well as an adjacent multimedia place. The widespread will also offer a sufficiently sufficient archive, research and a place for storage so that the building can function integrally as an art institution, both for the public and for scientists.
Architect, Elizabeth Diller, and investors Ila and Edith Broup called the design of the building as “curtains and storage,” due to the dual nature of the use of internal spaces. Since the archive work of the museum is so important, the design of the building guarantees that the private space of the study, R "storage", Visible instead of the hidden: located in the center of the building, the carved lower side of the storage helps to characterize the lobby, and its roof serves the floor of the exhibition. Additionally, the winding staircase takes visitors from the lobby to the exhibition space through the repository, offering backstage quick views in the provision of a museum and operations on collections."Curtain" Turns to the cell scabbard, which cover the repository, the design of which reflects similar cells of the cell, which included the appearance of the building.“Our goal for the museum is to stand on its own next to the much larger and very abundant concert hall named after Walt Disney Gory through contrast,” said Diller, said in a recent statement. “In contrast to the smooth and sunny appearance of the Disney Hall, which reflects light, the widespread will be porous and absorbing, directing light to its public places and galleries. The curtain will play a role in the urbanization of Grand Avenue, activating bilateral performances that connect the museum and street.”