The entranceHadid's vision was non-elitist. Here at the entrance she uses a kind of set-back store front entrance, wrapped in glass.
The welcoming loggia
Views of the lobby--looking toward the entranceThe lobby is open to the public. Hadid conceived of it as a kind of public square--thus the importance of the urban carpet, a way visually of leading the eye from the outside in.
The lobby with the gift shop to the right
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