The museum’s site, located in Red Hook, Brooklyn, provides visual connections between site and city that rival the Brooklyn Height’s Promenade’s. The mapping of directionality and visual forces helped create a tectonic that defines the musuem’s form and orientation towards the city. The push and pull of visual forces create a unification of city, site, form and program through the contradictory nature of these opposing forces. The primary views provided by the site act as a backdrop for the art collection, also further establishing a relationship between museum, site and city.
Status: School Project
Location: Brooklyn, NY, US
My Role: Designer
Additional Credits: Partner: Dimitri Moustroufis