Honeycomb in Fibreglass Reinforced Concrete

The white honeycomb covering is suspended over the interior box, letting in natural light, but preventing direct sun exposure to the art within. The museum’s veil lifts at the corners, welcoming visitors to active lobby.

The white honeycomb covering is suspended over the interior box, letting in natural light, but preventing direct sun exposure to the art within. The museum’s veil lifts at the corners, welcoming visitors to active lobby. The Broad is porous and absorptive, channelling light into the public spaces and galleries.

Fibreglass Reinforced Concrete

 

Material used- Rhomboidal modular panels of fiberglass reinforced concrete with parametrics, the honeycomb exoskeleton suspended on a steel frame.

Project- The Broad Museum, LA

Architects: Diller Scofidio + Renfro, US

Year of Completion- 2015

For more information, e-mail: info@zasa.com

The issue was published in the November 2016 issue of the SURFACES REPORTER

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