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Architecture July, 20 2010

Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland by Foreign Office Architects

London’s Foreign Office Architects has unveiled their plans for the redevelopment of the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland. Rising to the challenge of an awkward triangular shaped lot, the firm responded with an inventive hexagonal base that allows for distinct new landscaping (and the creation of a front yard for the Museum), new multi-purpose space and increased gallery area.

One component worth noting is that the first floor of MOCA Cleveland will remain free to public exploration at all times. (via Dezeen).

More images after the jump.

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