Architect unveils $650M proposal for redesign of L.A. museum

06/12/2013 | ArchDaily.com · ArchitecturalRecord.com

Swiss architect Peter Zumthor unveiled a $650 million proposal to redo the Los Angeles County Museum of Art during a recent meeting with the museum's director. The designer's six-ton exhibition model is made from concrete, built to emulate the dark-gray concrete and glass design of the museum. Energy efficiency would be a key feature of the building, which would have "the largest solar farm in any urban environment," said Govan.

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