Shortlist announced for Armenian American Museum to rise on this site in Glendale, California

Architecture, Urbanism, West
Thursday, April 30, 2015
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Aerial view of Armenia American Museum's proposed site.

Aerial view of Armenia American Museum’s proposed site. (AGCC)

Four teams have been shortlisted to compete for the design of the Armenian American Museum in Glendale, California. Commemorating the contributions of Armenian-Americans and “sharing the Armenian experience,” the 30,000-square-foot building will include exhibition space, an auditorium, library, classrooms, and support spaces. The announcement came on the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.

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Glendale’s Neon Museum Gets Reprieve

West
Monday, October 15, 2012
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(Shimoda Design Group)

(Shimoda Design Group)

Shimoda Design Group’s Museum of Neon Art, whose future had been placed in Jeopardy with the closing of California’s redevelopment agencies, has been saved, says the Glendale News-Press.  Last week an oversight board composed of various Glendale officials voted to leave the museum’s contract in place. The two-story, 7,300 square foot building with an adjacent 5,000 square foot plaza is anticipated to become the southern anchor for Glendale’s emerging arts and entertainment district. It will contain, among many other items, the Virginia Court Motel Diver, a large, bright red and white marquee dating from the 1940’s that will be placed on the museum’s roof; and a 20-foot-tall Clayton Plumbers Sign, with its giant neon faucet and neon blue drips, which will be located in the open air plaza.

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