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MoMA PS1 Renovation

We designed MoMA PS1 as a canvas, not a monument. It adapts to the art it holds, bending and shifting to accommodate intimate installations or groundbreaking surveys. The renovation project began in 1994 as a sprawling, ambitious collaboration. We spent six months deep in conversation with museum staff before developing… Read More

Music Center Annex (Center Theater Group)

Natural History Museum of LA County

“What I find thrilling about the Natural History Museum is the way it serves as a focal point for the diverse communities that gather there, and as an intersection between these communities and the museum’s activities.” – Fred Fisher Guided by in-depth conversations with museum leadership and staff, our project… Read More

Oceanside Museum of Art

One of the North San Diego County’s “cultural jewels,” the Oceanside Museum of art features popular contemporary art exhibitions, as well as a regular program of educational and cultural events and community gatherings. Since its founding in the 1990s, OMA has occupied the Oceanside’s historic City Hall, designed in 1929—along… Read More

Princeton University Art Museum Feasibility Study

Grant Selwyn Fine Arts Gallery

LACMA Reformation

LACMA Master Plan & Exhibition Design

Director Michael Govan challenged us to develop a master plan and exhibition armature within the open 45,000 square foot space that would be flexible enough to accommodate a variety of installations, yet would not require costly reconstruction for each changeover. FF&P began working in the Los Angeles County Museum… Read More

Sunnylands Center and Gardens

“Fluid in its spaces and open to the outdoors, the house encourages relaxation, intimacy, and a constant awareness of the constructed landscape.” – Janice Lyle, Sunnylands Director The single-story building lays low and long against the dramatic desert landscape. In the spirit of the Annenberg’s love of nature, outside and… Read More

Colby College Museum of Art

Our collaboration with Colby College dates back over twenty years, and mutual trust allowed for risk-taking with the Alford-Lunder Family Pavilion. After completing two wings of the Bixler Art Center in Colby’s brick vernacular, the Lunder Pavilion and the Crawford Art Studios, we designed the three-storied, glass-walled art museum… Read More