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Viking Age Museum in Oslo Norway by AART cultural architecture news

Nordic firm AART has won a competition to extend the Viking Age Museum building in Oslo, with plans to add a new curving wing to the cruciform plan

Museum Map

View and download a map of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.

Guggenheim Museum Floor Plan

A floor plan guide (20 x 30") for Guggenheim Museum in NYC. The guide is color-coded by floor and lists what to view by levels and by exhibitions for users to easily relate to their location and desired direction.

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