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Old Posted Nov 5, 2017, 7:12 AM
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Museum: Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion
Location: Toledo, Ohio
Architect: SANAA
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Old Posted Nov 13, 2017, 9:45 PM
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Museum: Toledo Museum of Art
Location: Toledo, Ohio
Architect: Edward B. Green and Harry W. Wachter (original building), Edward B. Green (East and West Wings)
Completed: 1912 (original building), 1933 (East and West Wings)























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Old Posted Yesterday, 5:07 AM
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Museum: Detroit Institute of Arts
Location: Detroit, Michigan
Architect: Paul Phillippe Cret (original building), Gunnar Birkerts (original North and South Wings) Michael Graves and SmithGroup (renovation and expansion)
Completed: 1927 (original building), 1966-71 (original North and South Wings), 2007 (renovation and expansion)

































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Museum: Honolulu Academy of Arts (original building)
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
Architect: Bertram G. Goodhue
Completed: 1927


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I'm late to this thread, thanks Geomorph for keeping it going, it's great.

For anyone visiting Honolulu I'd highly recommend visiting this museum. Such and unexpected delight, too many tourists pass on downtown Honolulu. A great museum in a great building. Book a guided trip to Doris Duke's Shangri-La in Kahala and the museum entry is included.
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Old Posted Yesterday, 8:36 PM
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whatnext, thanks for enjoying the thread, when I visited Honolulu in 2008 I went on the Shangri-La tour and it was well worth the effort...what a gorgeous seaside setting! I only have a few photos of it, I seem to remember that photography was not allowed in the interior. Since it is now a house museum, I'll include the photos here, I'm realizing there may be some other house museums I have pictures of that have not made an appearance in this thread.





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