A joint AMO/Hermitage team will begin work to refine the museum’s global agenda, its urban and architectural programming, and its curatorial strategies over the next 12 months.
A joint statement says the team will assess the institution’s ‘global mission, national position and urban situation, as well as its relationship to the city of
The ideas will then be tested via the curation of one of the museum’s permanent exhibitions, the design of a temporary exhibition and an urban design project, before the final publication in 2014 of a Hermitage masterplan and an associated exhibition.
Koolhaas will lead the work at AMO, along with project architect Talia Dorsey.
In 2003, AMO worked with The Hermitage on the extension of its general staff building.
Author: Mike Exon
via Design Week