Earlier this week, the American Museum of Natural History unveiled new details on the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation!
As featured in the NYTimes as part of an article by journalist Robin Pogrebin, the project will “[emphasize] links between the museum’s various themes and activities — from exhibition to education; from children to scholars; from dinosaurs and whales to insects and butterflies. The building also seeks to improve the museum’s physical circulation, creating about 30 new connections within 10 existing buildings so visitors can flow more easily from one area to another.”
Zubatkin is honored to have the privilege of working with AMNH and the project team in the development of this project. Learn more in The New York Times and Architectural Record.