Adjaye scoops Princeton commission

David Adjaye in Winter Park Florida

Architect to design new building for art museum

Adjaye Associates has been appointed to design a new building for Princeton University Art Museum.

The building will provide “dramatically enlarged” display space for the museum’s collections of more than 100,000 works, special exhibitions and art conservation, as well as classrooms and office space for the 100-person museum staff.

It will be built at the museum’s existing site where it will join the main 1966 building by Steinmann & Cain and a 1980s extension by Mitchell Giurgola Architects.

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