Museums are often the buildings through which architects have the most freedom in pushing the boundaries of aesthetic, and Morphosis' new concept images for the Orange County Museum of Art show that that's still true today. The recently released images paint a picture of an abstract and stratified building -- one that's bound to be worthy of the art it will eventually hold.
Aside from the clear aesthetic boldness of the oblong, lined building, the Orange County Museum of Art will also serve as a public events space. The roof of the building will have a terrace that can be designated for live performances and multimedia presentations, making it primed to be a hub for the Orange County artistic community.
Image Credit: Morphosis
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The Orange County Museum of Art is Being Designed by Morphosis
- By: Joey HaarJun 5, 2018