The New York Times published a feature on the new home of New York University's Grey Art Museum, designed by Ennead.
Discussing the Museum's new location at 18 Cooper Square, the article explains, "Moving to the busy crossroads of NoHo, the East Village and the Bowery on Cooper Square, the Grey will have greater street presence in an expansive ground-floor space of a 1901 brick-and-iron landmark building owned by N.Y.U. The new space increases the size of Grey’s exhibition galleries by 40 percent and gives the museum a study center for the first time. It has been designed by Ennead Architects’ partner Richard Olcott — who previously led the renovation of the Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven."
The Grey Art Museum is scheduled to open in March 2024 with the inaugural exhibition “Americans in Paris: Artists Working in Postwar France, 1946-1962.”
Read the full New York Times article here.