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Museums focusing on flight

Museum: National Air and Space Museum
Location: Washington, DC
Architect: Gyo Obata
Completed: 1976









Museum: National Air and Space Museum, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
Location: Chantilly, Virginia
Architect: HOK
Completed: 2003













Museum: John F. Kennedy Space Center
Location: Cape Canaveral, Florida
Architect: Various
Completed: Various













Museum: Museum of Flight
Location: Tukwila, Washington
Architect: Ibsen Nelson (great Gallery), NBBJ Architects (Personal Courage Wing)
Completed: 1987 (Great Gallery), 2004 (Personal Courage Wing)









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Old Posted Feb 17, 2011, 4:15 AM
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jasoncw, yes the wayfinding signage at the Pacific Science Center is definitely not designed to emulate the 60's style of the main buildings!
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The Getty Center in Los Angeles (1997) By Richard Meir. It cost (infamously) 1.3 billion dollars.
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Illithid Dude, I have not been to the Getty in 10 years, I forgot how extensive the use of that stone facing is there, my mental picture of the complex is always the gleaming white surfaces instead!
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Museums with domed theater forms

Museum: Griffith Observatory
Location: Los Angeles, California
Architect: John C. Austin, Frederick M. Ashley
Completed: 1935











Museum: Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Architect: Ernest A. Grunfeld, Jr. (original building), Lohan Associates (Sky Pavilion)
Completed: 1930 (original building), 1999 (Sky Pavilion)











Museum: American Museum of Natural History, Rose Center For Earth and Space
Location: New York City, New York
Architect: James Stewart Polshek
Completed: 2000













Museum: Pacific Science Center, Boeing IMAX Theater
Location: Seattle, Washington
Architect: Denis Laming and Callison Architecture
Completed: 1998





Museum: Great Lakes Science Center
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Architect: Verner Johnson
Completed: 1996





Museum: California Academy of Sciences
Location: San Francisco, California
Architect: Renzo Piano
Completed: 2008













Museum: Museum of Glass
Location: Tacoma, Washington
Architect: Arthur Erickson
Completed: 2002











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Grand Historic Museum Buildings

Museum: Philadelphia Museum of Art
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Architect: Horace Trumbauer and Zantzinger, Borie, and Medary
Completed: 1928







Museum: Art Gallery of New South Wales (original building)
Location: Sydney, New South Wales
Architect: Walter Liberty Vernon
Completed: 1897







Museum: Franklin Institute (original building)
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Architect: John T. Windrim
Completed: 1934-38









Museum: St. Louis Art Museum (original building)
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Architect: Cass Gilbert
Completed: 1904





Museum: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (original buildings)
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Architect: Guy Lowell
Completed: 1909-15









Museum: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art (original building)
Location: Kansas City, Missouri
Architect: Wight and Wight
Completed: 1933









Museum: Missouri History Museum (original building)
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Architect: ?
Completed: 1913



Museum: Musee des Beaux-Arts de Montreal, Hornstein Pavilion
Location: Montreal, Quebec
Architect: William Sutherland Maxwell
Completed: 1912



Museum: Rodin Museum
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Architect: Paul Cret and Jacques Greber
Completed: 1929



Museum: Please Touch Museum (housed in Memorial Hall)
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Architect: Hermann J. Schwarzmann
Completed: 1876







Museum: American Art Museum, Renwick Gallery
Location: Washington, DC
Architect: James Renwick, Jr.
Completed: 1874





Museum: National Gallery of Art, West Building
Location: Washington, DC
Architect: John Russell Pope
Completed: 1941









Museum: National Museum of Natural History
Location: Washington, DC
Architect: Hornblower and Marshall
Completed: 1911











Museum: American Museum of Natural History (original buildings)
Location: New York City, New York
Architect: numerous
Completed: 1877-1936









Museum: Metropolitan Museum of Art (original buildings)
Location: New York City, New York
Architect: Richard Morris Hunt (facade and Great Hall), numerous others (additions)
Completed: 1874 and after (1902 for facade)









Museum: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (original building)
Location: Houston, Texas
Architect: William Ward Watkin
Completed: 1924-26



Museum: Museum of Science and Industry (housed in The Palace of Fine Arts)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Architect: Charles B. Atwood
Completed: 1893





Museum: Field Museum of Natural History
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Architect: D.H. Burnham and Company
Completed: 1921











Museum: National Portrait Gallery and American Art Museum (housed in Old Patent Office Building)
Location: Washington, DC
Architect: Robert Mills (original building), Foster + Partners (covered atrium addition)
Completed: 1865 (original building), 2006 (covered atrium addition)







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trueviking, the Winnipeg Art Gallery looks mildly similar to the forms of I.M. Pei's National Gallery of Art East Building, pictured earlier.

The Canadian Museum of Human Rights has been designed by Antoine Predock...I have pictures of his ASU Art Museum, which is quite different from this one being built, I will post them soon.
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Museum: ASU Art Museum (part of the Nelson Fine Arts Center)
Location: Tempe, Arizona
Architect: Antoine Predock
Completed: 1989











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trueviking, the Winnipeg Art Gallery looks mildly similar to the forms of I.M. Pei's National Gallery of Art East Building, pictured earlier.
good eye...

there has long been debate in winnipeg about that...the WAG was designed 5 years before the washington gallery....there is some anecdotal evidence that Pei was aware for the building before he designed his.

most people in winnipeg assume that ours was inspired by the washington gallery but it is actually likely the other way around.
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Museum: Nasher Sculpture Center
Location: Dallas, Texas
Architect: Renzo Piano
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Museum: Smithsonian Institution Building (Original Building, known as 'The Castle')
Location: Washington, DC
Architect: James Renwick Jr.
Completed: 1849-55









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Museum: Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
Architect: Tadao Ando
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Museum: National Constitution Center
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Architect: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners
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Kurtman, the New York State Museum looks like a classic of its era, but I was surpised to learn it was opened in 1976, about 10 years after I would have guessed! It appears to be at the end of a grand axis in the city, is it admired or loathed?
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Museum: California Sciencenter, main building
Location: Los Angeles, California
Architect: Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects
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Museum: The Walt Disney Family Museum (housed in historic military barracks)
Location: San Francisco, California
Architect: Unknown (original barracks), Page & Turnbull (museum addition)
Completed: 1895-1909 (original barracks), 2009 (museum addition)









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Museum: Jamestown Settlement, Visitor Center & Exhibit Building
Location: Jamestown, Virginia
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Completed: 2000-06









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Museum: Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Architect: Jonathan Hess
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