Harvard picks museum designer

Harvard picks museum designer - The Boston Globe
The Harvard University Art Museums will announce today the selection of a California firm to design the Allston-Brighton structure that will be a temporary home for thousands of artworks when Harvard's two primary art museums close in 2008.

The Los Angeles-based Daly Genik Architects specializes in what it calls ''reimagined" spaces: projects in which buildings created for one use are redesigned for another.

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