Gallery: Glassy Renovation Brings Natural Light into Canadian Museum of...

The contrast between old and modern architecture can have beautiful and unexpected results. That is the case of the Canadian Museum of Nature, a 1912 Beaux Arts-style building that was recently renovated by KPMB Architects. Located in Ottawa, the building is Canada's oldest national museum, but with the renovation, it has shaken off its dusty image with a new glass tower, known as the Lantern, that fills the space with plenty of natural light.

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  1. Laura Sutin June 12, 2013 at 3:55 pm

    Gorgeous photos. :)

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