Louis Kahn's last project is the 1973 landmark museum designed for Paul Mellon's endowed Yale Center for British Art at Yale University. This unique building has been under the watchful stewardship of its current director, Amy Meyers, since 2003, when a restoration program was initiated to return the building to Kahn's original design intent. We were selected to collaborate with the British firm of Inskip and Jenkins as part of the project team.
Painting Conservation Studio In 2007 we prepared design and construction documents to provide a new 1,100 sf studio on the first floor of the building. This facility provides workspace for two paintings conservators and staff, based on Kahn's designs as developed for the original 1973 third floor paper conservation laboratory. It includes mechanical, electrical and plumbing modifications, as well as furnishings. Miscellaneous Projects Since 2004 we have worked on several interior renovations and custom furnishings projects as well as exterior upgrades and materials replacement projects
New Haven, Connecticut
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