Sprucing Up the Speed

Midwest
Monday, October 12, 2009
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(courtesy Saatchi Gallery)

On Friday, the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky announced the selection of Watertown, MA-based Reed Hilderbrand as the landscape architect for its planned
renovation and expansion, led by LA-based wHY Architecture. The encyclopedic museum sits on the campus of the University of Louisville, and across from a park designed by the Olmsted firm. The museum has put a special emphasis the landscape strategy of the project, which they hope will help open up the museum to the campus and the community at large. The museum expects to release designs in Spring 2010.

Known for their intensive site analysis and subtle design approach, Reed Hilderbrand is working on a number of significant institutional projects for clients such as the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA, Bennington College in Bennington, VT, the Taft Museum of Art in Cincinnati, OH, and the Tyler Museum of Art in Tyler, TX.

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