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“Pushing Museums To Rethink Design”

The Art Newspaper/Oct. 7, 2020 by Nancy Keney


“As US art institutions consider how they welcome visitors and guard their health in a vastly changed environment, the coronavirus pandemic is spurring a deeper rethinking of future museum design.


After a nationwide shutdown in March, many museums have gingerly reopened with stringent social distancing rules that profoundly affect the flow of people through entrances and…” READ MORE


Key Takeaway: Long-term physical changes to museums with focus on flexibility


https://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/space-race-covid-prompts-museums-to-rethink-design


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