Architecture Lesson II

Today we staged a “everything we do in one day” day for the architects of the new museum building on Provo. The idea was to show them the type of events we do and how we use our current space and the pros and cons of each. The result was a day of changing and touring spaces and – very important – explaining why the kitchen should not be near the humidity controlled storage area.

The architects seemed to enjoy our program. There was plenty of work going on – talks of room measurements and space usage and needs – but there was also a lunch with the staff and our latest volunteers and a special show of the archives (that’s my part!). Certainly it was a day worth the 170$ x 2 airplane tickets to making the new museum design the best that it can be.

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