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The first phase of construction on the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut has begun. The New Orleans based architecture, interiors and urban planning firm EskewDumezRipple (EDR) was selected to design the new addition and renovation for the community-based Museum. After a national search, the firm EskewDumezRipple was selected to imagine the new Bruce. The project consists of a “multi-phase renovation and expansion of the existing museum’s exhibit galleries and support spaces”. In fact, the new proposal will double the space, add educational and communal entities and expand the permanent and temporary collections’ areas. A three-story addition will be integrated with the current structure and connect the project to its adjacent park setting. Moreover, the new building is connected to the surrounding landscape and the particular context of New England. View more View full description
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