David Adjaye unveils designs for a red concrete art museum in Texas
British architect David Adjaye has revealed plans for a museum in San Antonio, Texas, with a red concrete skin based on a dream of its patron, philanthropist Linda Pace. The distinctive facades of the two-story, 14,000-square-foot contemporary art museum for the Linda Pace Foundation will be made of crimson precast panels flecked with glass aggregate. The panels will vary in shades of red, and are intended to make the largely opaque structure less monolithic.
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