The ‘louvre-lens museum’ in France

Conceived in 2003 and now complete in lens, France, is the ’Louvre-lens museum’, another venue to the Paris location designed by Japanese firm SANAA, New York and paris-based Imrey culbert, landscape designer Catherine  Mosbach and museographer studio Adrien Gardère.  Positioned approximately 200 kilometers north of Paris, the center intends to bring touristic attention to a collection of museums within the industrial region of Nord-pas de Calais. Maintaining the openness of the once mine works site, the 28,000 square meter building has been broken into smaller spaces to follow the gradual grade changes of the terrain. Read more

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