Even under renovation, Guggenheim has style

01/20/2006 | Architectural Record (free registration)

True to its stature as a monument to design, New York's Guggenheim Museum has put up temporary structures during its restoration that far exceed the typical dark and unattractive structures typically set up during such projects. The pedestrian bridge needed for the project was custom-designed to not only avoid obscuring the famed building's entrance, but the exterior features a 12-foot-high plywood fascia featuring a slick graphic that serves as an attractive museum billboard.

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