Hispanic Society Museum & Library

New York, NY

Selldorf Architects is currently working as design architects for the Hispanic Society Museum & Library's Strategic Architectural Plans, to renovate their campus, enhancing the visitor experience and engaging the public as it brings much needed infrastructural upgrades to the buildings. Working alongside executive architects Beyer Blinder Belle and landscape architects Reed Hilderbrand, the team has developed a comprehensive phased masterplan. The project encompasses a renovation of the Main Building, designed by Charles Pratt Huntington in 1908, which will restore its galleries and research library including the iconic two-story terracotta clad central exhibition space. Additionally, Audubon Terrace will be restored to accommodate ADA access and a wide variety of public programs engaging with the neighborhood and the city at large.

(Renderings by Selldorf Architects)