Saturday, March 12, 2011

Oakland Museum Of California | Oakland California | Mark Cavagnero Associates

After completing a master plan and phase 1, the Daryl Lillie Art Educa-tion Center, we began the second phase of the project which encomp-asses the master plan’s most complex and expansive elements and totals 210,000 SF. Beyond the renovation and expansion of the art and history galleries, this phase includes the integration of a glass enclosure that unifies the existing walkway and terraces into a centralized lobby and circulation spine. At the Museum’s main entry on Oak Street, the enclosure gives the entrance greater prominence and clarifies entry sequences while linking the three floors under cover. The new enclosures are designed to be lightweight, almost floating elements.....more
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