Architectural Record has featured the recently complete transformation of Grade-A listed Burrell Collection.
'Times change, and museums now have more pronounced social roles than the Burrell had in the mid-1980s. The alterations made by John McAslan + Partners provide greater permeability to the building and allow visitors to enjoy more of the collection,’ writes Tim Abrahams for Architectural Record. ‘The new changes in the $92 million renovation are utterly contiguous with its original programmatic and aesthetic intentions, and despite the alterations, reveal more of this gorgeous, idiosyncratic original to the public.’
The full article can be viewed online here.