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David Adjaye's 'Spyscape' Invites Patrons to Be Undercover Agents

 - Feb 19, 2018
References: spyscape & dezeen
David Adjaye, a British architect, recently completed the 'Spyscape' museum in Midtown Manhattan in NYC.

The expansive museum has a highly futuristic aesthetic to it, with brightly colored lights illuminating the otherwise dark rooms, which feature a wide range of unique spy equipment, and various other pieces that speak to their evolution. This helps to provide the space with a mysterious atmosphere, allowing patrons to better connect with their inner undercover agent as they explore.

Most specifically, the Spyscape museum focuses on "surveillance, hacking, deception and intelligence operations." In addition to the equipment and art that's featured, patrons can play spy games, browse and buy from an impressive gift shop that has loads of spy gear and memorabilia, and enjoy a coffee at the connected cafe.

Image Credit: Dezeen