We are honored to share that The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego was recognized as one of “The Best Architecture of 2022: From Symphonic to Serene,” an annual list by Michael J. Lewis of the Wall Street Journal.
Lewis highlights Selldorf Architects’ goal to exhibit “California’s art in a Californian way—i.e., relaxed, without pretense or formality, and open as much as possible to the sea and sky. The museum sits on a steep bluff overlooking the sea to the west, a setting where a little light goes a long way. Here the discreetly placed windows and skylights bring in just enough sunshine, giving you the physical sense of the atmosphere in which the art was created.”
Read the full article here, and for more information please read Lewis’ MCASD project review from June 2022 on the Wall Street Journal here.