Georgia Museum of Art

This $15 million addition and renovation to the existing 1996 museum building results in a new 82,400-square-foot facility. Gluckman Tang’s design consists of three main points of intervention, including an addition of a new gallery wing to the south, a glazed connector linking the existing building and the new wing, and an expansion of the existing building to the north that greatly increased art storage, back-of-house and office space. Additionally, the project included internal renovation of most spaces, galleries and HVAC systems in the existing building. Stanley Beaman & Sears served as architect-of-record for this project.