Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History | Fort Worth, Texas | Gideon Toal

The new Fort Worth Museum of Science and History serves as a capstone to Fort Worth’s Cultural District, which over the past five decades, has developed into an international destination for the architecture of its museum facilities. Built adjacent to a natural plaza, the pedestrian-friendly museum is anchored by the building’s iconic signature attraction: a 76-foot-tall glass and stone tower – the Urban Lantern – which functions as the Museum’s main entrance. This elegant entry, marked by clean lines, invites natural light into the building during the day and softly illuminates the surrounding area in the evening......more
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