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Westmoreland Museum of American Art

Greensburg, PA

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, located about 30 miles from Pittsburgh, initially opened in 1959. The museum’s renovation and east wing expansion includes new galleries, classrooms, studios, and public gathering spaces. The dramatic transformation of the museum celebrates the importance of the arts and the museum’s vital role in its western Pennsylvania community and the region. This project is LEED Silver certified.

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The zinc-clad expansion stands as a counterpoint to the renovated, original neo-Georgian structure, unifying past and present and the building with its site. Full-story trusses support its second level as it dramatically cantilevers over the sloping hill to the south of the museum. The new expansion houses both temporary and permanent exhibitions.

The zinc-clad expansion stands as a counterpoint to the renovated, original neo-Georgian structure, unifying past and present and the building with its site. Full-story trusses support its second level as it dramatically cantilevers over the sloping hill to the south of the museum. The new expansion houses both temporary and permanent exhibitions.

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