This Museum Features Exposed Columns and a Glazed Facade

 - Aug 27, 2016
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The International Center of Photography is a world-famous photography museum that features a visually stunning design implemented by Skidmore, Owings & Merill. This museum features a unique blend of concrete, glass and steel that allows for both functional and aesthetic advantages.

The elevated section of this photography museum is sheathed in a glazed facade that allows people on the outside to get a sense of the interior of the space. However, the main windows and door feature the use of rugged stainless steel that adds a touch of durability to the museum. The museum's interior features exposed elements such as concrete columns, designed to make the environment ass genuine as possible.

Visitors to this photography museum are truly treated to architecture that exemplifies the spirit of experimentation and exploration of material designs.