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Ennead Architects Selected to Design Peabody Essex Museum’s New Expansion

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Thursday, August 15, 2013
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Peabody Essex Museum (Courtesy of Safdie Architects)

Peabody Essex Museum. (Courtesy of Safdie Architects)

After inviting several architecture firms to participate in a design charrette this summer, the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in Salem, Massachusetts has selected Ennead Architects to design the museum’s ambitious 175,000-square-foot expansion. This $200 million project will include new galleries, public program and education spaces, conservation and exhibition processing areas, and a restaurant.

“Ennead Architects impressed us with their creative dexterity, in-depth understanding of our institution and thoughtful design solutions for the museum’s complex architectural program. We celebrate their responsive, collaborative spirit and look forward to partnering with them to achieve a design that provides a superlative museum experience,” said Dan Monroe, PEM’s Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo Director and CEO, in a statement. Read More

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