Situated on the 30-acre campus of the Menil Collection in Houston, the Menil Drawing Institute is a new building as a hub among the pedestrian routes and existing art buildings.
Architects: Johnston Marklee
Location: Houston, Texas, USA
Images: Courtesy of Johnston Marklee
Surrounded by new green spaces and placed at the center of new pedestrian paths, Johnston Marklee created an open roof over geometric ceilings and walls.
Inspiration from architect:
The Menil Drawing Institute is the first freestanding facility in the United States created especially for the exhibition, study, storage, and conservation of modern and contemporary drawings.
The building will be the first added to the Menil architecturally distinguished ensemble under a long-range plan to enrich and enhance the enclave in the heart of Houston.