ARCHFLIP: “North Carolina Museum of Art: Sculpture Park Pavilion”

RALEIGH, UNITED STATES – The addition to the North Carolina Museum of Art’s sculpture park is conceptualized as an outdoor classroom where visitors of the park can appreciate and reflect on their experiences of their museum and museum park visit.

As an open structure the pavilion is as much a sculpture, as it is a building. It was designed specifically for the location it has been built on and adds a new element of architectural design to the park’s impressive collection of sculptures. Viewed as a building, the pavilion has an accessible area of almost 84sqm (900 square feet). READ MORE

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