Boasting a look that resembles a metallic prism, the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland is an architectural marvel.
The six-sided building is a mirrored display of visionary design by architect Farshid Moussavi. The metallic sheen on this construction comes from the futuristic facade made of mirrored black stainless steel that house four stories of galleries and museum facilities. This new location for the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland is a novel upgrade from its previous location in an old playhouse complex.
The interior has been painted blue to contrast gallery spaces and create a welcome, contemporary look to museum conventions. With its modernistic look, this pristine building makes for a dignified housing of the city's modern art treasures.
Pristine Prismatic Buildings
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Retro Arcade Art Installations
Bulbous Rooftop Installations
Mini Mountainous Sculptures
Stacked Literature Installations
Yarn-Tied Shoe Installations