Selldorf Architects’ expansion of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego looks out while inviting you in

By geography, economics, even postal demarcation, La Jolla, California, stands apart from the city of San Diego, of which it is nonetheless a constituent neighborhood. Located 12 miles north of downtown, La Jolla is a breathtaking place, known for its clement weather, glinting sunlight, sandy beaches, and craggy sandstone cliffs that elevate the village above the Pacific Ocean. It is also home to the Louis Kahn–designed Salk Institute, a magnet for architectural pilgrimage if ever there was one and certainly one of the best examples of making the most of a site of exceptional natural beauty. It raises the question, what do you do when you stand

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