Nasher Sculpture Center

March 2004
Display & Design Ideas;Mar2004, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p20
Trade Publication
As a quiet oasis in the middle of buildings and the commotion of downtown Dallas, the 810-square-feet retail portion of the Nasher Sculpture Center was designed by Charles Sparks + Co., Westchester, Illinois, to blend seamlessly with the museum gallery itself. Fitting in with the rest of the architecture, the store's back wall was built with a series of niches finished in the standard building wall paint color. Merchandise fixtures adjacent to the stone side wall are designed as see-through glass and are placed away from the travertine stone walls.


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