CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART RENOVATION & EXPANSION
The Cleveland Museum of Art, one of the largest and most important art institutions in the United States, underwent a $350 million expansion and renovation. The project renovated the architecturally renowned 1971 Breuer Building and the landmark 1916 Beaux Arts Building. New East and West Wings wrap around a central, indoor, sun-bathed piazza.
Highlights of the landscape plan include the restoration of portions of the original Dan Kiley plan, creation of a new Woodland Garden, and improvement of stormwater control through bioretention.