MoMA Unveils Completed Renovation and Detailed Plans for Expansion

Barely a decade after completing a $425-million expansion by Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi in 2004, MoMA announced plans to expand again—this time enlisting New York-based Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R) in collaboration with Gensler. While the museum has seen annual attendance double to almost 3 million since the Taniguchi addition, according to MoMA, attracting more guests is not the goal of this latest project. “We want the best possible public spaces for our visitors,” says MoMA director Glenn Lowry, adding that “pace and pause” are the guiding principles for the new scheme.

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