Museum Design: Masterpiece or Boxy Shed?
At a time when museum construction in the U.S. is booming,a plan to replace the earthquake-weakenedM.H. de Young Museum in San Francisco's Golden Gate Parkfaces critism for its architectural design. The new designenvision a much larger building with the same footprintas the old building. The design,by a Swiss firm has beencalled "a masterpiece of contemporary Modernism." But opponents of the design describe it as a"featureless shed-like box".
Thanks to Abhijeet Chavan