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Museum of Fine Arts – Houston, Texas, U.S.

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2018 NEWS:
3 new buildings on the MFAH campus:
(named the Susan and Fayez S. Sarofim Campus)

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Buildings shown above / listed below.

The Glassell School of Art
Opened May 2018
Architect:  Steven Holl Architects
Architect of Record:  Kendall Heaton Assoc.
Structural Engineer: Guy Nordenson and Associates
Climate Engineers: Transsolar
Facade Engineering (incl. str. glass): Knippers Helbig
93,000sf, $90m.

The Nancy and Rich Kinder Building
Expected Completion: 2020
Architect:  Steven Holl Architects
Architect of Record:  Kendall Heaton Assoc.
Structural Engineer: Guy Nordenson and Associates
Climate Engineers: Transsolar
Facade Engineering (incl. str. glass): Knippers Helbig
164,000sf

The Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation Center for Conservation
Expected Completion:  late 2018
Architect: Lake|Flato Architects
MEP: Collaborative Engineering Group
20,000sf

 

Buildings shown above / listed below.

Audrey Jones Beck Building
Completed: 2000
Architect: Rafael Moneo
Design Firm: Vignelli Associates, New York
Design Team: Massimo & Lella Vignelli (Principals in Charge), Peter Vetter, Mischa Leiner, Yoshiki Waterhouse, Christian Altmann, Yuji Yamazaki at Vignelli Associates; Rafael Moneo, Eduardo Miralles, Cristina Carriedo at José Rafael Moneo, Architect; Bill Kendall, Larry Burns, John Goodman at Kendall/Heaton Associates, Inc.
Fabricators: Graphtec, Schlitzberger
Consultants: Hines (project), CBM Engineers, Inc. (structural engineer), Altieri Sebor Wieber (mechanical/electrical engineer), Fisher Marantz Stone (architectural lighting design), Walter P. Moore and Associates, Inc. (civil engineer), Ulrich Engineers, Inc. (geotechnical engineer)

AE Interests: Natural daylighting, James Turrell tunnel.
More info

MFA-Houston also includes:


Caroline Wiess Law Building
Completed: 1974
Architects: two additions by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1958 and 1974), original building by William Ward Watkin (1924).


Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullen Sculpture Garden
Completed: 1986
Landscape architect: Isamu Noguchi

Central Administration and Glassell Junior School of Art Building
Completed: 1994
Architect: Carlos Jimenez

Video link: 2018 [Museum] Campus Redevelopment

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Written by Gregory Brooks

September 13, 2018 at 12:00 pm

Posted in Built

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