SFMOMA is Set to Reopen After Three Years of Renovation

After three years of renovations and construction, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) will finally reopen to the public on 14 May. The years-long development—helmed by architecture firm Snøhetta—adds nearly three times the amount of gallery space to the museum through a restructured interior and a massive extension building. The expansion is a stark contrast to the original red-bricked Mario Botta museum and features a white, rippled exterior inspired by the Bay Area’s topography and fog. Take an early peek inside the new space at Dezeen.