Client News 4/20/09

Los Angeles Museum of Art’s new building designed by Renzo Piano, features “glass ceiling” finished by Linetec

Designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano, the first phase of Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s transformation was unveiled in March 2008 with the opening of the new Broad Contemporary Art Museum  (BCAM, pronounced “bee-cam”) building.
Clad in Italian travertine with red accents, the three-story, 72,000-square-foot structure offers one of the nation’s largest column-free gallery spaces. The museum houses an art collection exclusively from 1945 to the present such as Jeff Koons’ Balloon Dog (Blue). Displayed in natural, ambient light, the building features a “glass ceiling,” composed of two, vaulted skylights manufactured by Super Sky Products, Inc. and finished by Linetec (AIA Expo booth #4121 North Hall).

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