A new facility dedicated to archaeology, housing a conservation and study centers as well as the services of the public institution Archéologie Alsace. Its designer, the architect Raphaël Voinchet, founder of the W-Architectures agency, designed a building adorned with black finely exploiting all the natural qualities of concrete. Its mechanical and inertial performance has made it possible to guarantee optimal conservation and exploitation of the collections.
A stunning museum addition with exhibition space, galleries, seven garden courtyards, 215-seat theater, two pedestrian tunnels, parking arrival hall, conference rooms, restaurant overlooking sculpture garden, café, and a triple-story Forum. The design by Steven Holl Architects is characterized by porosity, opening the ground floor at all elevations. Seven gardens slice the perimeter, marking points of entry and punctuating the elevations. The largest garden court, at the corner of Bissonnet and Main Street, marks a central entry point on the new campus. When standing in the great new entrance lobby of the Kinder Building, one can see gardens in four directions and feel the inviting energy of a new sense of openness to the community.
The Telfair Academy is a historic mansion at 121 Barnard Street in Savannah, Georgia. Its weathered exterior stucco was restored in 2016 and returned to an original color. The building had been painted off-white for decades. During this restoration, remnants of the original paint were found and custom matched by Keim's color professionals.
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