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    The curved underside of one of Steven Holl's "Breathing T" light scoops in the new Bloch Building at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
    Photo: Roland Halbe

    The curved underside of one of Steven Holl's "Breathing T" light scoops in the new Bloch Building at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
    Photo: Roland Halbe

     

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    "Breathing T" detailed section diagram. The light scoops are part of a complex lighting design for the Bloch Building galleries.
    Image: Steven Holl Architects

    "Breathing T" detailed section diagram. The light scoops are part of a complex lighting design for the Bloch Building galleries.
    Image: Steven Holl Architects

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    Wall section detail drawing of lens glazing system with green roof.
    Image: Steven Holl Architects

    Wall section detail drawing of lens glazing system with green roof.
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    The luminous walls of "Lens 1" light the original Nelson-Atkins Museum Building and a statue that stands between the two.
    Photo: Andy Ryan

    The luminous walls of "Lens 1" light the original Nelson-Atkins Museum Building and a statue that stands between the two.
    Photo: Andy Ryan

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    Some spaces admit both direct and diffuse daylight.
    Photo: Roland Halbe

    Some spaces admit both direct and diffuse daylight.
    Photo: Roland Halbe

     

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    Inside a daylit gallery space at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art addition.
    Photo: Roland Halbe

    Inside a daylit gallery space at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art addition.
    Photo: Roland Halbe

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    The lower lobby of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art addition by Steven Holl Architects.
    Photo: Roland Halbe

    The lower lobby of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art addition by Steven Holl Architects.
    Photo: Roland Halbe

     

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    The Bloch Building library.
    Photo: Roland Halbe

    The Bloch Building library.
    Photo: Roland Halbe

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    The parking garage of the Nelson-Atkins Museum addition uses an undulating concrete slab to create visual interest.
    Photo: Roland Halbe

    The parking garage of the Nelson-Atkins Museum addition uses an undulating concrete slab to create visual interest.
    Photo: Roland Halbe

     

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    Looking uphill toward four "lenses," the luminous pavilions of the Bloch Building.
    Photo: Roland Halbe

    Looking uphill toward four "lenses," the luminous pavilions of the Bloch Building.
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