Jun 27, 2018 / News

New renderings for OMA’s Albright-Knox Art Gallery Expansion

New renderings have been released by our friends at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture | OMA of their proposed expansion of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, which would also include a preservation and improvement, by the same firm, of the campus on which it stands. The new freestanding building would add 29,K SqFt of space for exhibitions, storage for the museum’s art collection, and visitor amenities. The concept is to incorporate amenities into the complex by means of a wraparound promenade. The project would also see an addition, to the existing nineteen-sixties home of the Gallery, of a new education wing on its lower level, and the repurposing of a parking lot into a landscaped public space.