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Cultural institutions are more than symbolic civic buildings, they provide essential social infrastructure for local communities and visitors. Such projects are an opportunity to both express and experience the social ambitions of architecture, engaging in and supporting the active role of culture in society.

  1. National Archaeological Museum
    2022–
  2. Germanisches Nationalmuseum
    2021–
  3. 1014 Fifth Avenue
    2021–
  4. Dunard Centre
    2020–
  5. Ceramic Art Avenue Taoxichuan
    2018–
  6. Muzej Lah
    2016–
  7. Mughal Museum
    2015–
  8. Zikawei Library
    2013–23
  9. ROCKBUND
    2006–23
  10. The Procuratie Vecchie takes up the entire north side and inspired the subsequent developments on the south and west sides of the square.
    Procuratie Vecchie
    2017–22
  11. Neue Nationalgalerie refurbishment
    2012–21
  12. The Torlonia Marbles: Collecting Masterpieces
    2017–20
  13. Kunsthaus Zürich
    2008–20
  14. Carmen Würth Forum
    2006–20
  15. West Bund Museum
    2013–19
  16. James-Simon-Galerie
    1999-2019
  17. Zhejiang Museum of Natural History
    2014–18
  18. Cava Arcari
    2010–18
  19. Royal Academy of Arts masterplan
    2008–18
  20. The MUDEC - Museo delle Culture (Museum of Cultures) was opened during Expo 2015 to house and display the municipal collections of ethnographic material.
    MUDEC Museum (Museo delle Culture di Milano)
    2000–15
  21. Museo Jumex
    2009–13
  22. Saint Louis Art Museum
    2005–13
  23. Turner Contemporary
    2006–11
  24. The Hepworth Wakefield
    2003–11
  25. Museum Folkwang
    2007–09
  26. Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center
    2003–09
  27. Neues Museum
    1997–2009
  28. Naga Site Museum
    2008
  29. Liangzhu Museum
    2003–07
  30. Gallery building Am Kupfergraben
    2003–07
  31. Museum of Modern Literature
    2001–06
  32. Gormley Studio
    2001–03
  33. River and Rowing Museum
    1989–97
  34. Gotoh Museum
    1988–91