Displaced by subway construction, Los Angeles’ A+D Museum finds a new Arts District home

Architecture, West
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Interior of A+D space, prior to buildout (John Dale)

Interior of future A+D space, prior to buildout (John Dale)

Los Angeles’ often-mobile A+D Architecture and Design Museum, which has been displaced from its perch on Museum Row by Metro’s Purple Line Extension, has found a new home in city’s Arts District. Read More

Broad Collection Sues Seele over Problematic Los Angeles Museum Facade

Mockup of The Broad's GFRC panels (Matt Construction)

Mockup of The Broad’s GFRC panels. (Courtesy Matt Construction)

In a recent interview, Diller Scofidio + Renfro Senior Associate Kevin Rice told AN that the “veil” at Los Angeles’ Broad Museum—a facade made of hundreds of molded Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) panels, had been delayed by over a year. “Some of the things took longer to make than they thought, but there aren’t really problems with it,” Rice said.

But now it looks like the issues with the museum’s facade are more severe than initially thought.

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