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New Wing of Cleveland Museum of Art
The new East Wing of the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA), part of Rafael Vinoly's cut-throat regenerative plan for the facility, has been welcoming its first guests since opening late June.
Rafael Vinoly Architects’ design for the new East Wing forms part of an impressive seven year expansion and renovation project aimed at highlighting the original building as a 'jewel' set within a continuous ring of expansion space. The 139,200 sq ft East Wing connects CMA’s original 1916 Beaux-Arts building by local architects Hubbell & Benes and the 1971 addition by Marcel Breuer, creating... >>>