SANAA’s Art Gallery of New South Wales expansion imitates the site’s sloping topography

In the Land Down Under, The Art Gallery of New South Wales’ (AGNSW) Sydney Modern Project is finally complete. The revamp of the 151-year-old institution’s sloping campus includes an array of SANAA-designed buildings, the installation of landscaped walkways, refreshed galleries, and additional outdoor gathering spaces. The project, first envisioned nearly a decade ago, is the largest cultural development in the city since the unveiling of the Sydney Opera House in 1973.

AGNSW is situated within Sydney’s Domain park, nearby to the Royal Botanic Garden and the Sydney Harbour on land that rightfully belongs to Gadigal Country. First built in 1897, a number of additions

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