Monolithic Concrete Gallery Spaces

Monolithic Concrete Gallery Spaces

Monolithic Concrete Gallery Spaces

A monolithic concrete gallery space was recently erected at the Glenstone Museum in Maryland. The paired-back structure measures 4,096 square feet and it was designed by American architecture studio Thomas Phifer and Partners.

The materials used for the monolithic concrete gallery are powerful, to say the least. The firm used cast-in-place structural concrete and stainless steel for the doors. Skylights enable the only influx of natural light in the space. The building was specifically designed to house a sculptural work by Richard Serra-a celebrated American artist who is best known for his site-specific landscape, urban, and architectural interventions. The work in question is called Four Rounds: Equal Weight, Unequal Measure. This piece was completed in 2017 by the renowned artist.

Image Credit: DezeenA monolithic concrete gallery space was recently erected at the Glenstone Museum in Maryland. The paired-back structure measures 4,096 square feet and it was designed by American architecture studio Thomas Phifer and Partners.

The materials used for the monolithic concrete gallery are powerful, to say the least. The firm used cast-in-place structural concrete and stainless steel for the doors. Skylights enable the only influx of natural light in the space. The building was specifically designed to house a sculptural work by Richard Serra-a celebrated American artist who is best known for his site-specific landscape, urban, and architectural interventions. The work in question is called Four Rounds: Equal Weight, Unequal Measure. This piece was completed in 2017 by the renowned artist.

Image Credit: Dezeen

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