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    The newly expanded High Museum of Art in Atlanta by Renzo Piano.
    Photo: Jonathan Hillyer

     

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    High Museum of Art at night.
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    Aluminum "sails," or light scoops, capture and filter daylight for top-floor gallery illumination.
    Photo: Jonathan Hillyer

     

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    The hundreds of scoops also shade the skylights from direct sunlight.
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    Rooftop sails, with midtown Atlanta in the background.
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    Light scoops.
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    The light scoops create a remarkably uniform illumination on the artwork.
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    The skyway level of the Wieland Pavilion featuring "Niagara Knife" by Gene Davis and "Marilyn" by Andy Warhol.
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    The Grand Gallery, featuring works by Tony Smith (left) and Alfred Jensen (right).
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    Rooftop skylights.
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