Ever since Renzo Piano‘s design for the new Whitney Museum was unveiled back in 2008, we’ve been obsessed with just about anything we could find about the new boat of a museum perched along the High Line on Manhattan’s west side. AN alum Matt Chaban at the Observer spotted this snazzy fly-by video tracing the museum’s progress from its founding in 1931 to its move into its iconic Breuer outpost and finally to its future Meatpacking District home. If you need even more of a Renzo fix, be sure to check out his recently completed addition to the Gardner Museum in Boston and his planned Opera-House-slash-Library in Greece.
Filed Under: High Line, Meatpacking District, Renzo Piano, Top, Videos, Whitney Museum
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