Tuesday, October 10, 2023

Gilder Center at the American History Museum

I finally made it to the new {stunning} wing of the American History Museum. The Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation opened over the summer. It is a work of art and filled with amazing new exhibits and installations. 
The Gilder Center's breathtaking design is meant to mimic the natural paths wind and water carve into landscapes or that water can etch into ice. It is so airy and no matter where you stand or which floor you are on there are new curves and angles to see. For me, I was there more for the building than the exhibits, but I also checked out the library, the display cases, the insectarium, and the living world's immersive exhibit!

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10 thoughts on the matter:

roentare said... {Reply}

All these fabulous lines and shapes are fascinating

kwarkito said... {Reply}

It's the first time I've seen anything by this architect, Jeanne Gang, and it's absolutely amazing. I love the way she organises space and the material she gives to her volumes.

Life Images by Jill, Western Australia said... {Reply}

wow - the architecture of this building alone is amazing! Thankyou for taking us along, enjoy your week and thankyou again for the WATW linkup!

aspiritofsimplicity said... {Reply}

Wow! It makes me think of adobe houses in New Mexico.

Amy Johnson said... {Reply}

Wow! That's amazing. I would love to walk around that building. I've never seen anything like it before. Thanks for the party.

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

This looks really cool.

Tom said... {Reply}

...the interior is fabulous!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

The design is amazing!

rupam sarma said... {Reply}

Truly amazing, Fantastic clicks, Thanks for hosting.

csuhpat1 said... {Reply}

Wow, what a beautiful place. I would to visit there.