Gallery: The Ruth Lily Visitors Pavilion Meshes Art, Architecture and N...

 
The interior meeting rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows that allow light and nature to flush the inside. The center of the pavilion hosts a more private room, with wooden walls and windows lining the top.

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  1. 360Chestnut June 30, 2011 at 10:58 pm

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  2. quercuslogica June 25, 2011 at 11:10 am

    It’s a shame this article does not reference the landscape architect responsible for creating the setting for the building. The late Edward Blake’s masterpiece at the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s 100 acre park restored the site from its previous status as a gravel pit. The landscape binds the building to the site, and while the construction of a new building uses natural resources, the landscape design restores those resources for posterity. Find out more about the project at http://www.imamuseum.org/page/landscape-journeys

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