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* Architecture: Garage Centre for Contemporary Culture by OMA

Posted by the editors on Sunday, 29 April 2012

Architecture: Garage Centre for Contemporary Culture by OMA: “..OMA have unveiled their designs to convert a 5400 square metre 1960s pavilion in Stalinist-era Gorky Park in Moscow into a new venue for the Garage Centre for Contemporary Culture..Translucent polycarbonate will clad the exterior, while inside the galleries hinged panels will fold down from the ceilings to create white walls when necessary..One of the floors will also be removable, allowing the lobby to be converted into a double height space that can accomodate larger artworks and sculptures..”  Translucent polycarbonate cladding, flexible interior structures and volumes..

See our post on another project by OMA: Architecture: Milstein Hall at Cornell University by OMA.

image: Courtesy OMA; article: Dezeen

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