We are pleased to announce the December opening of Rubell Museum (formerly Rubell Family Collection) in Miami, Florida. The Selldorf Architects-designed museum will serve as a public resource with a new 100,000 square-foot facility of which 80% will be publicly accessible. Housed in a former industrial building, the design transforms the space and features 53,000-square-feet of galleries, with 65% dedicated to long-term installations and 35% to special exhibitions, all drawn from the collection.The museum will also include restaurant overlooking the courtyard, an art research library, flexible spaces for performances and special events, and a museum store.
We are thrilled to announce that our ongoing DEP Gowanus CSO “Combined Sewer Overflow” Facility project, received a 2019 Excellence in Design award from New York City’s Public Design Commission. The project elevates an infrastructure project to a public amenity with spaces for education and engagement, and provides new recreation space & waterfront esplanade inspired by the canal’s past. The project is a collaboration with landscape architects DLANDstudio, Hazen and Sawyer Engineers, and the Department of Environmental Protection.
In advance of her Paul S. Byard Memorial Lecture at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Annabelle Selldorf spoke with M.Arch student Lucy Navarro about The Frick Collection’s ongoing renovation and expansion project, working with existing space, and designing for art.
On April 25th, Annabelle Selldorf will be giving a lecture at Cornell University’s College of Architecture, Art, and Planning at the Abby and Howard Milstein Auditorium. Part of the Glanzer-Curtis Family Lecture Series, the talk will highlight the office’s recent work including the Frick Collection, Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility, Luma Arles, and the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.
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On April 15, Annabelle Selldorf will be giving the annual Paul S. Byard Memorial Lecture at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. Titled “Building Continuity,” the lecture will shed light on the office’s approach to working with historic buildings, understanding materials and their history, and balancing restoration with new interventions.
Whitman-Walker Health System’s redevelopment in Washington, DC, is now officially known as Liz. Named after HIV activist and actress Elizabeth Taylor, the Selldorf Architects-designed mixed-use project is a joint venture between Whitman-Walker and Fivesquares Development and is scheduled for completion in June of this year.
Selldorf Architects is truly honored to be working with World Monuments Fund (WMF) on the design of an Interpretation Center at the Qianlong Garden within the iconic Forbidden City in Beijing, China. The new Visitor’s Center will be located in an existing, restored structure within the Qianlong Garden and will grant unprecedented public access to the site.
Wishing you all a season full of love, laughter and prosperity!
This year’s holiday card features an ensemble of embellished holiday gnomes brought to you by the creative kids of Selldorf.
We are thrilled to be named to the 2019 AD100 list of today’s top talent in architecture and design. It is always an honor to be featured alongside the world’s best in the field.
Featured in this year’s list is our expansion and renovation project of The Frick Collection.
Alongside the Department of Environmental Protection, Hazen and Sawyer Engineers, and DLANDstudio, Selldorf Architects presented updated designs for The Gowanus CSO (Combined Sewage Overflow) facility and head house at the Community Board 6 Parks/Recreation/Environmental Protection Committee meeting on Wednesday October 17th.
We are pleased to announce that the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) broke ground on the Selldorf Architects-Designed expansion project this morning. A special ceremony was held to celebrate this significant milestone in the project.
Selldorf Architects has designed a major reinstallation of the permanent collection of the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. The project included a renovation of all aspects of the gallery design including lighting. The reinstallation encompasses all seven of the High’s curatorial departments and is the first comprehensive revision of the gallery spaces since the High’s 2005 expansion.