Presents the breathtaking new design of the eastern wing of the Hermitage Museum through images and commentary by a range of architecture expertsFounded in 1764 by Catherine the Great, the State Hermitage Museum is one of the world’s great museums. Occupying a large complex of six historic buildings along the Palace Embankment in St. Petersburg, its collections contain over three million items, including one of the largest collections of paintings in the world.
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Oleg Yawein is a founding partner and scientific consultant of Studio 44 Architects in St. Petersburg, and the director of the project for the restoration and conversion of the East Wing of the General Staff Building at the State Hermitage Museum.Review:
“Give[s] readers a feel for the grand modern space. Will be appealing to those who work in managing space in art museums and to students in museum studies [and] readers interested in the fusion of historic and contemporary architecture.”
- Library Journal
“impressive . . . a manual for respectfully adapting a historic building with an eye to the future.”
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