"Dallas Museum Simmers in a Neighbor’s
Glare" - New York Times

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a glazed skyscraper being constructed across the street from the Renzo Piano-designed Nasher Sculpture Centre in Dallas is creating so much glare that it is damaging artworks, burning plants and dazzling visitors - New York Times

Originally completed in 2003, the museum features a glazed roof that was intended to let gentle levels of daylight inside. However, the arrival of the new tower has forced curators to install light-blocking panels for a recent exhibition.

Read the full story here.

See more projects by Renzo Piano here, including the recently completed Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum extension.