Our New Building

 

 

 

 

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A Space to Create

The new Studio Museum will be the first home the institution has ever occupied that will be conceived and built for its program. The building will rise on the site of the century-old commercial building adapted for the Studio Museum in the early 1980s by the pioneering architect J. Max Bond Jr. The new building will provide the custom-built and expanded facilities, enriched visitor experience, and strong architectural presence appropriate to a premier center for contemporary artists of African descent, the principal visual art institution in Harlem and a magnet for visitors from around the world.

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Exterior View from 125th Street Plaza

Courtesy Adjaye Associates

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Street Level View of Main Entrance

Courtesy Adjaye Associates

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View of Main Entrance from 125th Street

Courtesy Adjaye Associates

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View from 124th Street

Courtesy Adjaye Associates

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Cross Section Perspective from Lenox Avenue

Courtesy Adjaye Associates

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Interior View of Lobby

Courtesy Adjaye Associates

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Interior View of Public Hall

Flexible, tiered space that can serve as a public hall for lectures, performances, or films, or an informal gathering place Courtesy Adjaye Associates

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Second Floor Gallery

Courtesy Adjaye Associates

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Third Floor Double-Height Gallery

Courtesy Adjaye Associates

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