"A national imaging arts museum"
Small, Stephen W.
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In designing a National Museum for the Imaging Arts, a dual obligation is created. It is to provide an intimate place for the cherishing of manifestations of the individual, while also creating, at the scale of the nation, a symbol of the civilization. Architecture accepts this obligation through the hierarchical scaling of the referents of order, material, space, and light.
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