Addition, Joslyn Art Museum (Walter and Suzanne Scott Pavilion)--views of the interior

Sir Norman Foster
1994



The light-filled atrium provides a transparent link between the old building and new addition. On the second floor, at the east end, a bridge connects the buildings. The ground floor atrium acts as a social space (with a cafe at one end) and an entrance to the museum. A monumental stone staircase provides access to the upper floors of the new addition.

Views of the west end and east end (entrance) of the atrium, which connects the addition and the original building

 

Views of the west end of the atrium

 

Views of the east end of the atrium




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