Currier Museum of Art

Design details for the winter garden of the Currier Museum of Art were completed while designing at Ann Beha Architects. "The 73,000 sf renovation and expansion of the Currier Museum has made New Hampshire’s only public art museum more visible and accessible, attracting an expanded and diverse audience. The site includes new arrival, parking and outdoor spaces for sculpture and events. The original Museum, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was also extensively renovated. Three new galleries surround a “Winter Garden,” creating a unique year-round space for the Museum’s café and events." © Ann Beha Architects, Inc.

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