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Frick Art and Historical Center
Interiors, New Construction
6,000 sq. ft.
Loysen + Kreuthmeier
Housed on about six acres in Pittsburgh’s East End is The Frick Pittsburgh, which is home to multiple museums and historical buildings. This project consisted of two phases. Phase I was the new 4,800 sq. ft. Frick Art and Historical Center Orientation Center. The new facility contains interactive education technology about the Henry Clay Frick family in turn-of the-20th-century Pittsburgh, an admission/ticketing area, and a museum gift shop. The façade is composed of low-iron, high-transparency glass and Pennsylvania sandstone to integrate the new building into the existing landscape. Phase II consisted of the renovations and two-story addition to the existing Car and Carriage Galleries. The renovation work provided classrooms and office space for the education department, museum-quality collections storage, a car lift to make it easier to move vehicles on and off display, and community space for a variety of activities.
Inside of the new Orientation Center is a wood slat ceiling that is suspended through the first floor, and a 30-foot-long skylight, which is on axis with the entrance, which provides additional natural lighting in the space.