At the Morgan, Gently Restoring a Treasure-Filled Building

NYTimes – “When the Morgan Library & Museum reopened four years ago after undergoing a widely praised $106 million renovation and expansion, it seemed as if its problems had ended. Renzo Piano’s design, with its gleaming steel-and-glass entrance on Madison Avenue, soaring atrium, new gallery spaces and 280-seat auditorium, provided much needed space. It also gracefully linked the Morgan’s three disparate buildings and erased its awkward 1991 glass atrium.”

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