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Peabody Essex Museum extension by Ennead Architects.

The Peabody Essex Museum in Boston, has announced that it has selected Ennead Architects to design the museum's $200M extension.

Ennead was selected after it was chosen to participate in a design charette this summer and takes over from British firm Rick Mather Architects, who successfully completed the first phase of the project. The initial phase included master planning and the renovation of the Dodge wing, which will reopen in October with a new and expanded Art & Nature Center.

Ennead has a lot of museum experience having designed the Yale University Art Gallery, as well as other projects at the Brooklyn Museum, Natural History Museum of Utah, William J. Clinton Presidential Center and the Rose Center for Earth and Space at the American Museum of Natural History.

 

Museum entrance.

 

Gratitude e-architect.

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