The construction of the St. Louis Art Museum’s new addition is now complete, but it will be several months before it’s open to the public.
The East Building, as its name suggests, sits to the east of the main building and features a dark polished exterior.
It was designed by British architect Sir David Chipperfield.
Museum director Brent Benjamin says Chipperfield did an incredible job connecting and relating the new building with the old.
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