The southwest entrance with the two-story Tishman Hall
Play of light and shadow; sculpture on lawn in front of this facade
Santa Fe Art Institute--the side
|See Philip Johnson's Chapel of St. Basil, University of St. Thomas for a similar peeled wall entrance.|
Striking three-sided towerThe acute angle here reminds me of a similarly dramatic angle on I. M. Pei's East Building, National Gallery of Art in Washington, D. C.
Courtyard and dramatic entrance plaza for the Santa Fe Art InstituteAccording to an arcspace.com article,"The Santa Fe Art Institute has twelve bedrooms for students, four studios, a conference room, library, living room, offices, and an outdoor courtyard for eating and exhibiting art" (http://www.arcspace.com/architects/legorreta/arts_center/) .
The westernmost corner of the Santa Fe Art InstituteSee campus map.
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See also Legorreta's Pershing Square in Los Angeles and his Plaza Juarez in Mexico City.
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