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.
SFMOMA is Set to Reopen After Three Years of Renovation