Contemporary Art Architecture Building in Gallery House
This building is in San Francisco, California. Building with contemporary art architecture is a gallery building that is used for semi-public area that is to exhibiting private collections and several additional collections. From the front side, of course the gallery building is featuring an artful architecture with several envelopes and iron structure that protects the interior while providing ways to natural light to enter the room. Architecturally this building is design in contemporary art and giving a sense of exclusive with the caring. Sliding door which also serves as a wall is decor for easier access in and out of semi-public space. With a fairy bright lighting also make the interior building comfortable for art lovers to enjoy the arts. Besides being a place for art gallery, contemporary art building is also used as a residence so there is some space that was built for private, but still with access out enough so that it can provide inspiration for arts-minded owners.
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