Gallery: Los Angeles Boasts World’s Largest Naturally Lit Museum Space

Image © Alex Vertikoff/2010 Museum Associates/LACMA
 
Recently completed early this summer, the incredible Resnick Pavilion at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art has since become the world's largest purpose-built, naturally lit, open-plan museum space. The single story temporary exhibition space is stunning design featuring a series of slanted skylights able to flood the interior with natural daylight from above. The completion of the pavilion marks the close of Phase II in a larger master redevlopment plan for the LACMA, designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop.

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