Art museum in Israel gets $55M addition and lots of precast concrete

The facade of the new wing of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Israel is made from 465 various horizontal and closely fitted precast concrete panels, making it look "like an elongated Rubik’s Cube doused with bleach," writes Anthony Grant. The $55 million addition, designed by Massachusetts-based architect Preston Scott Cohen, almost doubles the size of the museum.

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