This book presents work from an studio held at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design in Fall 2014. Designed by Josef Paul Kleihues and completed in 1996, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago was conceived from a Neo-Rationalist persuasion. Today, the museum’s collection and programming have doubled in size. This studio takes the original MCA as a point of departure in designing an Architectural Double—a new building of the same size and program—on an adjacent site. The challenge in conceiving this doppelgänger lies in incorporating what was inarticulate or weak in the original building as a component of a new coherent whole.
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