SFMOMA Rooftop Garden

San Francisco
Foto © Henrick Kam
Foto © Bernard Andre
Foto © Henrik Kam
Foto © Richard Barnes
Foto © Richard Barnes
Foto © Henrik Kam
Foto © Bernard Andre
Foto © Bernard Andre
Architekten
Jensen Architects
Standort
San Francisco
Jahr
2008

The SFMOMA’s rooftop garden is an open-air gallery defined by the intersection of sculpture, space and light. The entire back wall of the museum’s top floor is removed, allowing a seamless connection from gallery to garden. A large panoramic window at this new opening offers an elevated view to the garden, presenting it like a landscape painting inside the gallery. A glazed long-span bridge links the Museum to a garden pavilion that in turn opens out to the garden through large sliding glass panels. Surrounding the garden, lichen-covered lava-stone walls hide the city and frame the sky, providing an oasis for art in the midst of downtown San Francisco.

Dazugehörige Projekte

  • AESOP SHINJUKU
    CASE-REAL / KOICHI FUTATSUMATA STUDIO
  • Gallery COMMON
    CASE-REAL / KOICHI FUTATSUMATA STUDIO
  • RESTAURANT ON THE SEA
    CASE-REAL / KOICHI FUTATSUMATA STUDIO
  • CUTLERY for VALERIE OBJECTS
    CASE-REAL / KOICHI FUTATSUMATA STUDIO
  • Akeno Restaurant
    Cyrus Ghanai Interior Architecture & Design

Magazin

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