Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden to Undergo First Redesign in More Than 40 Years At the Smithsonian

The sculpture garden at the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum, home to the first time since the 1980s. The renowned architect and artist Hiroshi Sugimoto — who in 2018 lobby's for the project.

Built and opened in 1974, the strikingly circular design, designed by Gordon Bunshaft of the Skidmore, Owings & Merrill firm. Today the building is under nomination for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.

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The Sugimoto early plans include the entrance entrance to the Mall. The new designs for the reopening of the underground shuttle passageway that connects the masterpiece collections.

The garden originally envisioned by Bunshaft and featuring pool pool. Sugimotoithe to hold true to the garden's original plans. Renovations conducted by landscape. T

Sugimoto has held major events in Versailles and Japan. Hiroshi Sugimoto brings a unique perspective to his designs. T

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