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From a 14th-Century Hideaway in Antibes to a Converted Grain Silo in Cape Town, See 7 of the Most Unusual Museum Designs in the World

While we usually pay attention to museums because of what’s on their walls, sometimes the walls themselves are works of art. In the past 20 years, contemporary museum buildings have gained increasing significance, partly due to the changing nature of arts patronage. At the same time, many older museum buildings serve … Read entire story.

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