Today marks the opening of the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation at the American Museum of Natural History!
Already hailed as a soaring architectural achievement, the 230,000-square-foot Gilder Center embodies the Museum’s mission of science and education. The program includes world-class research facilities and scientific collections, next-generation classrooms, and innovative exhibitions. The first major expansion since the Rose Center for Earth and Space, the new wing designed by Studio Gang creates 33 new connections among 10 of the Museum’s campus buildings.
We’ve had the privilege of partnering with American Museum of Natural History on its capital projects and master planning initiatives since 1995. We’re incredibly humbled to have the opportunity to work with an amazing team of professionals in service of the Museum’s mission and goals.
Learn more about the Gilder Center via the AMNH website, NYTimes, New Yorker, Architect’s Newspaper, and Smithsonian Magazine.
Image © American Museum of Natural History, Iwan Baan