From cowboy life to West African art, Lone Star dinosaurs to distant planets, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is dedicated to lifelong learning. So, it was only fitting that when the museum undertook the construction of a new, $80 million facility, the design included sweeping spaces highlighted by what could easily be viewed as a literal representation of “learning curves.”


Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

Location:United States
Architect:Ricardo Legorreta Legorreta + Legorreta – Lomas de Reforma, Mexico
Contractor:Integrated Interiors – Fort Worth, TX
Photographer:James Wilson
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